Fatuitous


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Fa`tu´i`tous


a.1.Stupid; fatuous.
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Bashley's pressure was rewarded on the stroke of full time with an equaliser and they then stunned the Robins with a fatuitous winner two minutes into stoppage time when a cross-cum-shot sailed underneath the crossbar to leave the Robins with just three points out of a possible 15 in what promises to be a difficult season for Paul West's side.
Therefore, according to the Scriptures, resistance to British exploitation was ungodly and fatuitous.
Now that the race of man had lost in fact all distinction of rank, this pride was doubly fatuitous; now that we felt a kindred, fraternal nature with all who bore the stamp of humanity, this angry reminiscence of times for ever gone, was worse than foolish.