Definition of brainless in English:

brainless

Line breaks: brain|less
Pronunciation: /ˈbreɪnləs
 
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adjective

Stupid; very foolish: a brainless bimbo
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  • The decisions of the King will turn out to be more brainless, stupid, foolish, senseless, and imbecilic.
  • Even when they're labelled stupid and brainless, they receive the news with huge smiles on their faces.
  • He's the stupid, brainless one, and I won't give him any satisfaction.
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brainlessly

adverb
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  • These ‘demoralised’ pupils brainlessly deposit their rubbish on the streets daily, while the ‘demoralised’ staff, who must be aware of the situation, do little or nothing to stop it.
  • Too many people quit after looking at two or three pages - brainlessly dismissive though this may be, it's rather less likely to happen with the printed version.
  • This, plus an ending so brainlessly upbeat it looks as if it was borrowed from a different movie, makes The Bone Collector the least impressive release of the week.

brainlessness

noun
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  • It is easy to laugh - as I did, regularly - at the brainlessness behind some of the schemes documented here.
  • And with House Of Wax's combination of brainlessness and boredom, that's a truly scary thought.
  • And while seemingly well adjusted, Ruben too is dispirited, trading on the bodies and brainlessness of his fighters for a few dollars and the dream of the big time.

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