- 1Not fully thought through; lacking a sound basis: a half-baked conspiracy theoryMore example sentences
- Last Days, by comparison, is simply small, plumbing the shallow depths of half-baked notions about celebrity and art and depression.
- I jotted down a bunch of things that have been bouncing around my head regarding social software, some half-baked, some fully baked.
- Joking aside, The Lizzie McGuire Movie may sound predictable and half-baked, but it is a surprisingly good film.
- 1.1Foolish: a half-baked hippie chickMore example sentences
foolish, stupid, silly, idiotic, doltish, asinine, simple-minded, feeble-minded, empty-headed, hare-brained, feather-brained, feather-headed, brainless, senseless, witless, unintelligent, ignorant; inexperienced, immature, callow, green, credulous• informal crazy, dim, dopey, dumb, thick, damfool, half-witted, dim-witted, birdbrained, lamebrained, dunderheaded, wet behind the ears, as thick as two short planksScottish & Northern English • informal glaikitSouth African • informal dofWest Indian • informal dotish
- In a jocular vein he speaks about the raw deal meted out to directors by certain half-baked specialists ‘who speak authoritatively’ about cinema.
- Daena may be a half-baked character, but she isn't the film's weakest link.
- Even the half-baked economists at the IMF should know that holding back government spending in a contracting economy is like turning off the engines on an aeroplane in stall.