Adjective "Idiotic" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɪdɪˈɒtɪk/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Very stupid.
  1. 'Well, now the kidnapping of the French hostages provides the clearest repudiation of that idiotic and ignorant opinion.'
  2. 'So I thank all those people who got upset and told their friends to read what idiotic things I had written.'
  3. 'Everything is illegal unless approved by the government, thus the reason for such idiotic regulations and directives.'
  4. 'It's idiotic, but idiocy in the defence of freedom is no vice.'
  5. 'And most of it was neither true, nor even remotely plausible, before Hollywood got hold of it and made it even more idiotic.'
  6. 'It would be embarrassing to look back and realise that I had put my idiotic thoughts up in a public place.'
  7. 'I really don't want to start talking about the myriad varieties of idiotic people I'm forced to encounter every day.'
  8. 'God, everyone still has the ability to make me feel guilty and make me feel like this whole stupid, idiotic thing is all my fault!'
  9. 'We move now from the sublimely idiotic to the merely malicious and stupid.'
  10. 'It was not just any sub, but it was Mr. Roberts, the stupidest and most idiotic of all substitutes.'

Definitions

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of an idiot.

2. senselessly foolish or stupid: an idiotic remark.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be idiotic to loves."

"people can be idiotic about people."

"people can be idiotic."

"fads can be idiotic."

"statements can be idiotic."

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