hare-brained


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hare-brained

adjective foolish, wild, rash, reckless, careless, mindless, giddy, half-baked (informal), inane, flighty, heedless, empty-headed, asinine, harum-scarum, scatterbrained This isn't the first hare-brained scheme he's had.
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I don't think you've ever been hare-brained and light- hearted, like other youngsters.
My master is no hare-brained person; he takes a long time to think over what he means to do, and then, when he once gets started, the Evil One himself couldn't make him give it up.
Let us cut this matter short, and not bandy words here with hare-brained profligates.
He was, in fact, a thorough Bohemian, adventurous, but not an adventurer; a hare-brained fellow, a kind of Icarus, only possessing relays of wings.
Europe has had enough of you with your hare-brained schemes and foolish failures.
Razumov nodded from the couch, and contemplated the hare-brained fellow's gravity with a feeling of malicious pleasure.
Her getting a parcel from a hare-brained wench at the coaches in St.
This hare-brained carriage obliged them to consider seriously what was to be done.
It involves a hare-brained plan to steal four bottles of the most expensive whisky in the world, rumoured to be worth PS1million at auction.
Val and Bob are in deep legal bother following their hare-brained scheme to defraud the bank, which involved Val dressing up as Brenda in order to help Bob and Carly secure a loan.
Another told us that her man's latest hare-brained scheme involved cashing in all of their life insurance money.
After a sting to capture The Ghost goes bad, Captain Dickson (Ice Cube) recruits the pair for another hare-brained undercover operation.