stupid


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No one wished it to be noticed that he could see nothing, for then he would have been unfit for his office, or else very stupid.
To be sure, my dear, that is very stupid indeed, and shows a great want of genius and emulation.
Because I say Republicans are stupid, and hold that liberty, equality, and fraternity are exploded bubbles, does not make me a socialist," Martin said with a smile.
The penalty paid by the stupid man is simpler, easier.
I declare, I'm nearly as stupid as these brave soldiers.
Also, and for all that he talked low without moving his hands, he was an animal, as you shall see--the beast primitive, the stupid, ferocious savage of the long ago that dressed in wild skins and lived in the caves along with the bears and wolves.
He was soon met by two schoolboys of the upper class-that is to say as individuals, for with regard to learning they were in the lowest class in the school; and they bought the stupid bird.
In my domain they become assured; all stupid shame fleeth away; they empty themselves.
She is stupid and pompous, like all your mother's family, whom I never could endure.
One, the lower class, vulgar, stupid, and, above all, ridiculous people, who believe that one husband ought to live with the one wife whom he has lawfully married; that a girl should be innocent, a woman modest, and a man manly, self-controlled, and strong; that one ought to bring up one's children, earn one's bread, and pay one's debts; and various similar absurdities.
Do not be stupid like all your people, who think me foolish and a witch with the evil eye.
Oh, not stupid in the ordinary way, of course, but yet a fool.