dopey dopey  /ˈdoʊ pi/


  • (adj) having or revealing stupidity


  1. The ups and downs of the Dow are making Wall Street's so-called smart money look dopey.
  2. With explicit overtones of the Leopold and Loeb murder case, the disappearance of a dopey-looking kid becomes the running theme of the book.
  3. And the rumored cut-and-paste function in e-mail is a bit dopey: it doesn't let you rearrange individual words or phrases; instead, you can only cut and paste an entire message.



  1. "He is a malicious guy and will step on anybody's face to succeed and cross any line of decency," Reznor said. "Seeing him now, drugs and alcohol now rule his life and he's become a dopey clown."
    on Jun 2, 2009 By: Trent Reznor Source: ChartAttack

  2. "I'm always happy. I was just happy my kid didn't call me Dopey," Bryant said.
    on Jun 6, 2009 By: Kobe Bryant Source: ESPN

  3. "I'll just be mucking around down the shallow end of the pool," Molloy said. "I'll be asking a lot of dopey questions."
    on Jan 22, 2010 By: Mick Molloy Source: Herald Sun

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