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stupid

stu·pid

stupid

 
pronunciation:
stu pihd
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part of speech: adjective
inflections: stupider, stupidest
definition 1: dull or slow in intellect, wit, awareness, or the like.
Of course I figured it out; I'm not stupid.
synonyms:
brainless, dense, dull, dumb, half-witted, idiotic, moronic, senseless, unintelligent, witless
antonyms:
astute, brainy, clever, intellectual, intelligent, sharp, smart
similar words:
backward, blunt, dimwitted, empty-headed, foolish, imbecile, inept, mindless, simple, simpleminded, slow, thick, weak-minded
definition 2: showing or resulting from slow intellect or lack of understanding.
She thought her question might be stupid, but the professor was impressed and thought the question was quite astute.
synonyms:
brainless, dumb, empty, foolish, half-witted, idiotic, simpleminded, unintelligent, unwise, witless
similar words:
asinine, childish, fatuous, ill-advised, ill-considered, imprudent, irresponsible, silly
definition 3: dazed, shocked, or stupefied.
The soldier was stupid with fatigue.
synonyms:
benumbed, dazed, numb, silly, stunned, stupefied
antonyms:
alert
similar words:
drugged, groggy, punchy
definition 4: pointless or senseless; foolish.
a stupid waste of moneya stupid remark
synonyms:
foolish, idiotic, imbecile, pointless, senseless
antonyms:
clever, intelligent, sensible
similar words:
absurd, futile, half-baked, harebrained, inane, inept, irrational, meaningless, mindless, nonsensical, silly
derivations: stupidly (adv.), stupidness (n.)
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