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  • As they leave, the children wonder about how stupid their parents are sometimes.
  • When he later reflected upon this period in his life, he called himself stupid.
  • It was far more stupid than anything else I could think of.
  • It's stupid to think you can start a revolution with a record.
  • She says that what she did was stupid but never again.
  • I have seen him at places being kind to the stupidest people. Cited from Indian Summer, by William D. Howells
  • The stupidest dog should see that so close a student can have no evil in him. Cited from There's Pippins And Cheese To Come, by Charles S. Brooks
  • Appears to be very stupid, probably because of his country's very simple inhabitants.
  • It's exactly the sort of state that could see her do something very stupid indeed.
  • Her character appeared less and less and said stupid things.
  • Will tells her to shut up, that what she's saying is stupid.
  • I watched all these friends of mine getting into the stupidest things.
  • In modern times, this can be considered as a greatly stupid act.
  • He was the stupidest man I have come across for many years. Cited from The Sunny Side, by A. A. Milne
  • It's probably the most stupid decision they could have made.
  • At that first meeting she did not come off stupid.
  • The king gave the stupid brother the land and asked how he got the answers.
  • But you didn't need to treat them bad, that just made them stupid.
  • Others will say that it is showing people how stupid mankind can be.
  • It is said that the longer his nose, the more stupid he is.
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Meaning of stupid

  • noun A person who is not very bright
    The economy, stupid!
  • adjective Lacking or marked by lack of intellectual acuity