cluelessly


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cluelessly

adv (inf)ratlos
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This photo of veg so candidly and cluelessly offered for sale was taken in Liverpool.
The source of most jokes came from Claypole and Davenport being cluelessly inept at perform ing any relatively simple task, largely due to the fact that they had popped off long before most modern technology existed.
She says there was a fire in a flat recently and as everyone milled about cluelessly and thought it a bit of a romp the firemen came and brought some order into the place.
It lives in catchy cliches unthinkingly and cluelessly, as it does with the slogan that no problem has a military solution but only a political remedy.
Afterwards, in a comical coda, I and several other fans witnessed The Boss sat in the passenger seat of a car smiling, waving and mugging cluelessly as his evidently lost driver attempted to find an exit from the roads criss-crossing the exterior of the stadium.
If you'd asked me a month ago how Marley had died, I might have cluelessly suggested a drug overdose.
The British media and government, meanwhile, have stumbled cluelessly into this domestic Israeli feud and, in the name of Enlightenment values, revealed their own deep prejudices.
Haven't they all got pretty pink faces," she cooed, gazing cluelessly on a family of hippos close to death.
Joseph Mother Superior Katherine Gray and hospital chain CEO Deborah Proctor have reverted in interview after interview, letter after letter, and ad after ad, to a set of statements that either deliberately or cluelessly fudges the facts," Altan wrote.
These were not the clunky, creaky, awkward first steps of the genre; filmmakers were not cluelessly fumbling with a new technology; and viewers were hardly the simpletons we like to take them for.
Whatever humor there is to be had here comes from Elinor and Marianne being surrounded by characters who prattle on endlessly and cluelessly, but their own dialogue is scarcely more elegant.