addle-brained

Related to addle-brained: undeterred, stirred up, catching on, bumped up

addle-brained

or

addle-headed

adj
another word for addled1
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The other two ladies are unhappily-single Alison Brie, who places her faith in the internet and uses a bowl of peanuts to explain why it's hard to find a good man even among eight million New Yorkers, and happily-single, addle-brained Rebel Wilson who gets drunk, has casual sex, cures a hangover by snorting Tylenol, and pees in Leslie's kitty litter when she wakes up wasted ("That's a Zen garden
Another student, Tom, was a poor speller whose teacher called him addle-brained and complained that he asked too many questions.
Are the judges just addle-brained, or are they indeed helping the lawyers earn more money by not recognizing a frivolous lawsuit?
And, in a double irony, even those dreamers probably would have condemned an unemployment rate of 4 percent for its inflationary potential, lest they be considered both addle-brained and heretical.
Paul Armstrong (played by helmer) and addle-brained blonde wife Betty (Fay Masterson) heading to a remote SoCal cottage.
Hunters and addle-brained egg collectors did their best to kill them off.
I am not addle-brained, have an IQ near 100, am a retired engineer and considered quite sharp by others.
The Lady herself may have been politically put down, but the infection remains rampant in an addle-brained administration staggering in ever decreasing circles, waiting to be culled by the electors.