idiotic idiotic  /ˌɪ di ˈɑ tɪk/


  1. (adj) insanely irresponsible
  2. (adj) incongruous;inviting ridicule
  3. (adj) having a mental age of three to seven years


  1. Star save us from our greedy idiotic plight, Balance sheet's are bleeding, losses still proceeding, Save us from what deep down we know is right.
  2. The president and general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers was the one with the will and the power to upend the idiotic myopia of the sport's other sachems.
  3. Comments aren't always that idiotic.



  1. "What I did was make a stupid, idiotic mistake in a comedy context," Imus said on his show yesterday, the final week before his suspension starts.
    on Apr 9, 2007 By: Don Imus Source: ABC News

  2. "Sometimes it's good, and you can do kind of fun stuff that's interesting, and sometimes you're in a situation where people are sitting around talking about a bunch of completely idiotic ideas," Ethan Coen says. "And you couldn't choose one...
    on Sep 9, 2008 By: Coen brothers Source: FOXNews

  3. "I'm the idiot," Dobbs said. "Governor, I apologize for calling you one. Your policies are idiotic. But I have to apologize for calling you an idiot."
    on Oct 28, 2007 By: Lou Dobbs Source: Forbes

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