unintelligently


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un·in·tel·li·gent

 (ŭn′ĭn-tĕl′ə-jənt)
adj.
Having or displaying a lack or small amount of intelligence.

un′in·tel′li·gence n.
un′in·tel′li·gent·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unintelligently - in an unintelligent mannerunintelligently - in an unintelligent manner; "he acted rather unintelligently in this crisis"
intelligently - in an intelligent manner; "she acted intelligently in this difficult situation"
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She had never in all her life before spoken to any living being so confusedly and so unintelligently as she now spoke to Julian Gray!
At first I stared unintelligently across the London valley.
Those ninety thousand francs, put together sou by sou, were the fruit therefore of a sordid economy unintelligently employed.
Or Johnson going straight bananas, inventing stupid myths in a battle bus with a PS350million lie emblazoned on the side as he gurgles unintelligently in the sewer - mistaking a democracy of nations for Hitler's jackbooted Nazis.
It's common sense that Pacquiao crossed his line unintelligently, that his statements countered everything we teachers teach our students, who should be more critical in accepting, and careful in blindly following, one idea without giving it critical thought.
Having recoiled from the scandal of the Iraq War, which was begun on the basis of bad intelligence and conducted unintelligently, Americans concluded that their nation no longer has much power, defined as the ability to achieve intended effects.
If the creationists are wrong, if God didn't design creation, unintelligently or otherwise, we're saying evolution did?
His response was to accuse Enfield Labour councillors (on his party website) of engaging in 'enterprise bashing', unintelligently equating a strong state with an angry state.
33) This failure to screen students based on academic ability, coupled with poor pedagogy, ensured that the learners responded unintelligently.
In Morgenthau's words, the "noble experiment of Geneva," characterized by the "dominant doctrine of legal formalism," had led to a legalism "to which the history of the world appeared as a succession of legal cases handled most unintelligently by an unenlightened humanity.