complete and thorough both words mean to the greatest degree, however, I'm not usre which one is correct as below. (1) He is a complete fool. (2) He is a thorough fool.
Nov 18, 2017 6:18 PM
Answers · 2
Hello Robin, The correct answer is: "He is a complete fool":-)
November 18, 2017
"Thorough fool" would mean that the person has done their utmost to be the best fool they could! It could be used humorously, why not!
November 18, 2017
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