1. foolhardy

adjective. ['ˈfuːlˌhɑːrdi'] marked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences.


  • bold
  • rash
  • reckless


  • imprudent
  • unexciting
  • afraid
  • timidity

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Rhymes with Foolhardy

  • accardi
  • azzopardi
  • bacardi
  • belgarde
  • berardi
  • bernardi
  • bernardy
  • biscardi
  • burdi
  • cardy
  • clardy
  • cordie
  • cordy
  • debernardi
  • dioguardi
  • gagliardi
  • gagliardi
  • gelardi
  • gerardi
  • gherardi

Sentences with foolhardy

1. Noun, singular or mass
But sitting back and sending an inspector to a property unaccompanied is almost as foolhardy.

2. Adjective
Although this might seem like a foolhardy pursuit, think about the outcome.

Quotes about foolhardy

1. Women particularly should concern themselves with peace because men by nature are more foolhardy and headstrong, and their overwhelming desire to avenge themselves prevents them from foreseeing the resulting dangers and terrors of war. But woman by nature is more gentle and circumspect. Therefore, if she has sufficient will and wisdom she can provide the best possible means to pacify man.
- Christine de Pizan, The Treasure of the City of Ladies

2. A man who has come to the full realization of his responsibility to men won't stick to one man. It will be foolhardy if he does that.
- Ogwo David Emenike