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mo·ron·ic

 (mə-rŏn′ĭk, mô-)
adj.
1. Showing foolishness or stupidity.
2. Exhibiting mild intellectual disability. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.

mo·ron′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.moronic - having a mental age of between eight and twelve years
retarded - relatively slow in mental or emotional or physical development; "providing a secure and sometimes happy life for the retarded"

moronic

adjective idiotic, simple, foolish, mindless, thick, stupid, daft (informal), retarded, gormless (Brit. informal), brainless, cretinous, unintelligent, dimwitted (informal), asinine, imbecilic, braindead (informal), mentally defective, dumb-ass (slang), doltish, dead from the neck up (informal), halfwitted, Boeotian, muttonheaded (slang) It was wanton, moronic vandalism.

moronic

adjective
Translations

moronic

[məˈrɒnɪk] ADJimbécil

moronic

[mɔːˈrɒnɪk] adj (= stupid) → idiot(e)

moronic

adj (Med) → geistesschwach, debil (spec); (inf)idiotisch (inf)

moronic

[mɒˈrɒnɪk] adjcretino/a, idiota, deficiente
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Our public's blind devotion to aristocratic privilege and an unelected head of state is moronic and it is ironic that The White Queen, the dramatisation of the Wars of the Roses, should depict cousinly war, greed and lack of principle at the time when we now know, in advance, the three heads of state for the next century.
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Any of these and the order from the moronic Tory council is to leave the bin unemptied.
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