Picture for DoofyPart of Speech: Adjective
Origin: American

Rhymes with goofy ??
Well, this word is actually a combination of the latin word doofus, meaning incompetent tool and the word goofy.
It is used while referring to a person who is foolish or clumsy. Patrick from Spongebob Squarepants is pretty doofy according to me!
Doofiness is also a disorder that strikes people who have for e.g. the Asperger’s Syndrome. Such individuals have an average or above average intellectual ability.
But the word doofy can be used on a lighter note just to say “you are mad” or “How could you make such a silly mistake”

Meaning of Doofy:

1. Foolish or Clumsy.

Sentence Examples for Doofy:

1. “Samantha is so doofy, she always pushes the door that says pull.”
2. Joey is a mad doofy who tried to climb the barbed fence and got stuck.




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