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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Pickwickian, absurd, airy, apish, asinine, balmy, batty, bedazzled, befooled, beguiled, benumbed, besotted, blockhead, bonehead, booby, brainless, buffoonish, catchpenny, childish, clod, clot, cockeyed, crazy, credulous, daffy, daft, daze, dazed, dazzled, dippy, dizzy, dolt, dope, dopey, doting, drip, dumb, dummy, dunce, empty, empty-headed, fatuitous, fatuous, featherbrained, flaky, flighty, flimsy, fond, fool, foolhardy, foolheaded, foolish, fribble, fribbling, frivolous, frothy, fuddled, futile, gaga, giddy, goofy, goose, groggy, gulled, harebrained, idiot, idiotic, idle, ignoramus, ignorant, illogical, imbecile, imbecilic, in a daze, inane, inept, infatuated, insane, irrational, irresponsible, jackass, jerk, knocked silly, kooky, laughable, light, light-headed, loony, ludicrous, mad, maudlin, mazed, moronic, muzzy, nerd, nincompoop, ninny, nitwit, nitwitted, nonsensical, nugacious, nugatory, numskull, nutty, off, otiose, pointless, poppycockish, preposterous, puerile, punch-drunk, punchy, rattlebrained, ridiculous, risible, rubbishy, sappy, scatterbrained, screwy, senseless, sentimental, shallow, silly Billy, silly ass, simpleton, skimble-skamble, slaphappy, slender, slight, stunned, stupefied, stupid, superficial, thoughtless, trashy, trifling, trite, trivial, twaddling, twaddly, twit, unintelligent, unreasonable, unwise, unwitty, vacuous, vain, vapid, wacky, weak-minded, wet, windy, witless, woozy
Dictionary Results for silly:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
    adj 1: ludicrous, foolish; "gave me a cockamamie reason for not
           going"; "wore a goofy hat"; "a silly idea"; "some wacky
           plan for selling more books" [syn: cockamamie,
           cockamamy, goofy, sappy, silly, wacky,
           whacky, zany]
    2: lacking seriousness; given to frivolity; "a dizzy blonde";
       "light-headed teenagers"; "silly giggles" [syn: airheaded,
       dizzy, empty-headed, featherbrained, giddy, light-
       headed, lightheaded, silly]
    3: inspiring scornful pity; "how silly an ardent and
       unsuccessful wooer can be especially if he is getting on in
       years"- Dashiell Hammett [syn: pathetic, ridiculous,
    4: dazed from or as if from repeated blows; "knocked silly by
       the impact"; "slaphappy with exhaustion" [syn: punch-drunk,
       silly, slaphappy]
    n 1: a word used for misbehaving children; "don't be a silly"

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Silly \Sil"ly\, a. [Compar. Sillier; superl. Silliest.] [OE.
   seely, sely, AS. s?lig, ges?lig, happy, good, fr. s?l, s?l,
   good, happy, s?l good fortune, happines; akin to OS.
   s[=a]lig, a, good, happy, D. zalig blessed, G. selig, OHG.
   s[=a]l[imac]g, Icel. s?l, Sw. s[aum]ll, Dan. salig, Goth.
   s?ls good, kind, and perh. also to L. sollus whole, entire,
   Gr. ???, Skr. sarva. Cf. Seel, n.]
   1. Happy; fortunate; blessed. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
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   2. Harmless; innocent; inoffensive. [Obs.] "This silly,
      innocent Custance." --Chaucer.
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            The silly virgin strove him to withstand. --Spenser.
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            A silly, innocent hare murdered of a dog. --Robynson
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   3. Weak; helpless; frail. [Obs.]
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            After long storms . . .
            With which my silly bark was tossed sore. --Spenser.
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            The silly buckets on the deck.        --Coleridge.
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   4. Rustic; plain; simple; humble. [Obs.]
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            A fourth man, in a sillyhabit.        --Shak.
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            All that did their silly thoughts so busy keep.
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   5. Weak in intellect; destitute of ordinary strength of mind;
      foolish; witless; simple; as, a silly woman.
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   6. Proceeding from want of understanding or common judgment;
      characterized by weakness or folly; unwise; absurd;
      stupid; as, silly conduct; a silly question.
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   Syn: Simple; brainless; witless; shallow; foolish; unwise;
        indiscreet. See Simple.
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