Meaning of sillily in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsɪlɪli/


See silly

‘The custom involved a group ‘simply or sillily and without ceremony or introduction’ walking into people's houses to check if the clock was in good repair.’
  • ‘I then realised I actually quite like the police station, with its spiralling steps, and bizarre platforms on sillily long stilts.’
  • ‘They were rather sillily teaching them how to do it for each other.’
  • ‘It's just as well I have sillily long legs, which don't fit in most theatres, so I can stick them out onto the steps and be my own tripod.’
  • ‘As the song ended, she collapsed sillily on his lap.’