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idiot

[′id·ē·ət]
(psychology)
A person afflicted with idiocy and requiring custodial or protective care.
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Horgan's best known for Pulling - probably the best show ever commissioned by BBC Three which they idiotically cancelled after just two series.
Horgan's best known for Pulling - probably the best show ever commissioned by BBC3, even though it was cancelled idiotically after just two series.
Is it really possible for the deputy head of the army of a state to call in officers working for an army of another state to search for possible bugs placed in his office by his colleagues, and for the president that appointed him, instead of sacking him, leaving him in his position by arguing idiotically that, in this way, unity will be preserved?
But you act idiotically when you don't take time to figure out an appropriate response to situations and instead let other people push your emotional buttons.
NATIONALISE THE RAIL NETWORK COME on George and Dave, everyone wants this to happen - it's only your mates with vested business interests in the idiotically franchised system who are happy with the status quo.
Anyway, a few months ago, in a meeting, I idiotically said that I hadn't had a launch party for a while and that I'd quite like to have one for this book.
The confounded US President is idiotically showing his commitment to the humiliating terms in Syria and Egypt.
If there isn't, one cannot simply resolve the problem by no longer being so foolishly anglo, or idiotically liberal.
I'd murmured it very softly, mechanically, idiotically, without its corresponding to any idea, any intention on my part whatsoever .
Their faces, idiotically happy in their drunkenness, revealed two things to Louis: his wife was happier than he had seen her in a long time, and he was the furthest thing from her mind.
I hit him back and idiotically told him to take me to the [nearest] police station so he started to drive fast like a mad man.
But I've been idiotically misdirected a few times -- and the trouble is, you never know in advance.