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idiotic

Like an idiot; said of an idea or action.
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In one striking image we see Lohr seated at a table, her arms spread, concealing the dagger, while Sam Livesey's Ricardo is prone on the floor, fetishizing her foot while gazing adoringly, if somewhat idiotically into Lohr's face.
Arbiter Martin Hansson was correct in allowing the wily Portuguese to take the free kick quickly after Lukasz Fabianski had idiotically picked up Sol Campbell's unhelpful backpass like an under-sevens keeper, tossed the ball to the ref and then dopily turned his back on play to saunter back to his line.
Although human life is sacred and must not be subject to the litany of figures, it might be useful to remind Western politicians who ask idiotically "Why do they hate us?
One shouted something in broken English about having to meet Gaspar behind Bottle Alley; another crooned idiotically in Yiddish: "Ev'ry little movement has a meaning all its own.
Ian Briers' letter on Monday April 20 was just the latest and crassest example of this - his idiotically insensitive comments about asking the 'Luftwaffe to come and do the job again' (the destruction of homes and businesses or just the hundreds of human fatalities, Mr Briers?
The reply from the Highbury crowd was instantaneous: 'We hate Scousers, We hate Scousers', a chant with which I idiotically joined in.
Greed: Idiotically, I felt sure I'd get to be with Torch simply because I wanted it so much.
No one is paying attention to this sunny end of the marketplace, preferring to dwell on the idiotically underwritten loans of two years ago that are now blowing up all around us.
Idiotically, the Kyoto Protocol set it at 7 percent below what was emitted in 1990 for the 36 countries that signed the treaty.
InfoMania" is indeed a mash-up of "The Soup" and "The Daily Show," with its once-over of the week's events in politics, pop culture and weird corners of the Internet and how just idiotically the media (TV journalists, magazines) covered them.
Why is that breathless sentence so bad, aside from being idiotically simplistic?