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moronic Line breaks: mor|on¦ic
Pronunciation: /məˈrɒnɪk/

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

Words that rhyme with moronic

anachronic, animatronic, bionic, Brythonic, bubonic, Byronic, canonic, carbonic, catatonic, chalcedonic, chronic, colonic, conic, cyclonic, daemonic, demonic, diatonic, draconic, electronic, embryonic, euphonic, harmonic, hegemonic, histrionic, homophonic, hypersonic, iconic, ionic, ironic, isotonic, laconic, macaronic, Masonic, Miltonic, mnemonic, monotonic, Napoleonic, philharmonic, phonic, Platonic, Plutonic, polyphonic, quadraphonic, sardonic, saxophonic, siphonic, Slavonic, sonic, stereophonic, subsonic, subtonic, symphonic, tectonic, Teutonic, thermionic, tonic, transonic, ultrasonic

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