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moronic

Line breaks: mor|on¦ic
Pronunciation: /məˈrɒnɪk
 
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Definition of moronic in English:

adjective

informal
Very foolish or stupid: television’s latest moronic soap opera
More example sentences
  • An interesting, if not ridiculous, premise is somehow overshadowed by a moronic script filled with stupid lines.
  • If it's not her singing, it's her stupid moronic work-related questions that drive me insane.
  • He is a stupid, moody, moronic little kid who thinks he's all grown up, when he's just sad and lost and bitter.

Derivatives

moronically

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Pronunciation: /məˈrɒnɪk(ə)li/
adverb

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