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idiotic

Like an idiot; said of an idea or action.
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It shows as how he encounters with various idiotic acts on the road and barely survives the disaster and still ends up taking a blame from idiots or people at large
IDIOTIC FANTASY The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams
After she implied I had gone to some idiotic non-sequiturial school, I would pause and point out, "And now you are giving comfort to the enemy.
The processors are behaving in an idiotic way and I don't know how they are going to increase their profits.
And why isn't the book simply called 'Urban Conflict in Delhi, 1857-1947', instead of the idiotic title chosen?
had been idiotic enough to impose the emission levels demanded by the UN-sponsored Kyoto Treaty, it would have cost up to $400 billion annually in reduced GDP, according to an estimate by the U.
Despite the recent agreement between NHL owners and players, the NHL is still on life support, with its idiotic rules, preposterous equipment regulations, anemic TV audience and bush-league image.
For proof of how lousy this show is, you need look no further than the catalogue essay and the solitary wall text, both of which begin by invoking the idiotic received idea of painting's supposed death.
I personally think the bookmakers are idiotic in making him odds-on," he said, "and I couldn't dream of backing him so short.
It's one of those idiotic things that they have," said Gonsalves.
Unflinchingly honest and perceptive, Klymkiw's directorial debut is a devastating dramatic dissection of just how strangely caring, potentially dangerous, and downright idiotic male bonding can be.
The Martell Fox Hunters Chase' at the Liverpool course is the likely target for Idiotic, who bounced off the good to firm ground to land the Newbury Golf Centre Hunters' Chase.