damfool

damfool

(ˈdæmˈfuːl)
adj
informal old-fashioned stupid or foolish
Translations

damfool

adj attr (inf)idiotisch (inf)
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For Dudley Damfool Pickering, Esquire, the lonely hearth for evermore
Forgive the sullen, willful ignoramus; Forgive the smug, the damfool, and the shameless, The thug, the cruel and manic patriotic, The snitch, the trembling, self-deceived neurotic, The seeker after nostrums, the tainted juror, The mountebank and scamming usurer, The hatred-monger, the, quester after gurus, The fixer, liar, the humbug with a screw loose.
a `reborne, sore' `deli-fed desserts-demander,' a `megapayer,' a `yare, rat-seen kelp miser,' a `hare-gel-laden mad bilger,' a `bare porn-war paratrooper,' a `rare plug-faced, damfool Amaryllis-diaperer,' a careworn `oil-oozer,' a `yare dipsy-doo mare-trader,' a `hare-wolfer,' a `rare ill,' a `two-cravat ember-gazer,' a `yare-if-tipsy cider-rater,' a bare, ill-used oderimer, a `mare-pardoner,' a `ululating nil, ever,' a `reific, lacy, tied, gunsel-biting, idiot-led, non-laving nit-lover,' a `redialed alluder,' a `ratel-avatar,' a `reknit slaglader,' a `rednesses-paler,' a `poor, defaced, insane varlet, nil-lived,' a `revolting nil' (`lewd, too