stupidly


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stu·pid

 (sto͞o′pĭd, styo͞o′-)
adj. stu·pid·er, stu·pid·est
1. Slow to learn or understand; obtuse.
2. Tending to make poor decisions or careless mistakes.
3. Marked by a lack of intelligence or care; foolish or careless: a stupid mistake.
4. Dazed, stunned, or stupefied: felt stupid after taking the pain medication.
5. Used to express disparagement or exasperation: Take your stupid notebook and go home.
n.
A stupid or foolish person.

[Latin stupidus, from stupēre, to be stunned.]

stu′pid·ly adv.
stu′pid·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.stupidly - in a stupid manner; "he had stupidly bought a one way ticket"
Translations
بِحَماقَه، بِغَباء
hloupětupě
dumt
heimskulega
neumno

stupidly

[ˈstjuːpɪdlɪ] ADV [behave, act] → como un idiota; [stare, grin] → como un bobo, como un tonto
stupidly, I said I would help hercomo un tonto, dije que la ayudaría, cometí la estupidez de decir que la ayudaría
stupidly, he'd not anticipated that this might happenhabía sido una estupidez por su parte, pero no había previsto que esto pudiera ocurrir
somebody had stupidly left the door openalguien había cometido la estupidez de dejar la puerta abierta

stupidly

[ˈstjuːpɪdli] advstupidement, bêtement

stupidly

adv (= unintelligently)dumm; (= foolishly also)blöd (inf); saydummerweise; staredumm; grinalbern; stupidly I’d forgotten my keysdummerweise hatte ich meine Schlüssel vergessen; he stupidly refuseder war so dumm or blöd (inf)abzulehnen; he had told the boss several stupidly obvious lieser hatte dem Chef einige dummdreiste Lügen erzählt

stupidly

[ˈstjuːpɪdlɪ] adv (smile, say) → stupidamente
I stupidly forgot to lock the door → mi sono stupidamente dimenticato di chiudere la porta a chiave

stupid

(ˈstjuːpid) adjective
1. foolish; slow at understanding. a stupid mistake; He isn't as stupid as he looks.
2. in a bewildered or dazed state. He was (feeling) stupid from lack of sleep.
ˈstupidly adverb
stuˈpidity noun
References in classic literature ?
The summer evening together that had left its mark on the memory of both the young man and woman had, when looked at quite sensibly, been rather stupidly spent.
The huge and unwieldy talons pawed stupidly about the grinning muzzle, and while Heyward kept his eyes riveted on its movements with jealous watchfulness, the grim head fell on one side and in its place appeared the honest sturdy countenance of the scout, who was indulging from the bottom of his soul in his own peculiar expression of merriment.
And I stupidly swore I would help find her, thinking it was a perfectly safe thing to promise.
The led cows, hastily brought in and tethered to anything that would hold them, were looking stupidly on, or lying down chewing the cud of nothing particularly repaying their trouble, which they had picked up in their interrupted saunter.
Again, I wonder whether any of the neighbours call to mind, as I do, how we used to walk home together, she and I; and I wonder stupidly about that, all the dreary dismal day.
No," I said, "I'm afraid I've stupidly missed the point.
Such Pleasure took the Serpent to behold This Flourie Plat, the sweet recess of EVE Thus earlie, thus alone; her Heav'nly forme Angelic, but more soft, and Feminine, Her graceful Innocence, her every Aire Of gesture or lest action overawd His Malice, and with rapine sweet bereav'd His fierceness of the fierce intent it brought: That space the Evil one abstracted stood From his own evil, and for the time remaind Stupidly good, of enmitie disarm'd, Of guile, of hate, of envie, of revenge; But the hot Hell that alwayes in him burnes, Though in mid Heav'n, soon ended his delight, And tortures him now more, the more he sees Of pleasure not for him ordain'd: then soon Fierce hate he recollects, and all his thoughts Of mischief, gratulating, thus excites.
Alice laughed so much at this, that she had to run back into the wood for fear of their hearing her; and when she next peeped out the Fish-Footman was gone, and the other was sitting on the ground near the door, staring stupidly up into the sky.
He strode forward to where Shere Khan sat blinking stupidly at the flames, and caught him by the tuft on his chin.
A confessor had, for the last three years, directed Mademoiselle Cormon rather stupidly in the path of maceration; he advised the use of scourging, which, if modern medical science is to be believed, produces an effect quite the contrary to that expected by the worthy priest, whose hygienic knowledge was not extensive.
In an instant he had reached the extremity of the niche, and finding his progress arrested by the rock, stood stupidly bewildered.
Fettes was far through his third tumbler, stupidly fuddled, now nodding over, now staring mazily around him; but at the last word he seemed to awaken, and repeated the name