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unidea'd

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Pronunciation: /ˌʌnʌɪˈdɪəd
 
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Definition of unidea'd in English:

adjective

archaic
Having no ideas: is this a parody of how unidea’d and banally retentive a compiler can be?
More example sentences
  • Mallet headed, bored soccer mom housewives and their anorexic, bulimic, unidea'd moron daughters are one reason I moved to Japan.
  • Watching a pair of trio upspeakers go at it, one thinks inevitably of Dr. Johnson's cruel, but in this case fitting, phrase, ‘wretched unidea'd girls.’
  • 'No scandal-broth,' he exclaimed, 'No unidea'd woman's chatter for me.'

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