dopiest

dope·y || 'dəʊpɪ adj. drugged, stupefied; stupid, foolish (also dopy)

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  • dopey — dopiness, dopeyness, n. /doh pee/, adj., dopier, dopiest. Informal. 1. stupid; inane: It was rather dopey of him to lock himself out. 2. sluggish or befuddled from or as from the use of narcotics or alcohol. Also, dopy. [1895 1900, Amer.; DOPE +… …   Universalium

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  • dopey — (also dopy) adjective (dopier, dopiest) informal 1》 stupefied by sleep or a drug. 2》 silly or stupid. Derivatives dopily adverb dopiness noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • dopey — UK [ˈdəʊpɪ] / US [ˈdoʊpɪ] adjective Word forms dopey : adjective dopey comparative dopier superlative dopiest informal 1) stupid He s a really dopey child. 2) feeling tired and not able to think quickly, especially because you have been given… …   English dictionary

  • dopey — /ˈdoʊpi/ (say dohpee) adjective (dopier, dopiest) Colloquial 1. affected by or as by a stupefying drug. 2. slow witted; stupid. Also, dopy …   Australian English dictionary

  • dopey — (also dopy) ► ADJECTIVE (dopier, dopiest) informal 1) stupefied by sleep or a drug. 2) idiotic. DERIVATIVES dopily adverb dopiness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • dopily — dopey (also dopy) ► ADJECTIVE (dopier, dopiest) informal 1) stupefied by sleep or a drug. 2) idiotic. DERIVATIVES dopily adverb dopiness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • dopiness — dopey (also dopy) ► ADJECTIVE (dopier, dopiest) informal 1) stupefied by sleep or a drug. 2) idiotic. DERIVATIVES dopily adverb dopiness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • dopey — or dopy [dō′pē] adj. dopier, dopiest Informal ☆ 1. under the influence of a narcotic 2. mentally slow or confused; lethargic or stupid 3. silly, ridiculous, etc. dopiness n …   English World dictionary

  • dopey — adj. (also dopy ) (dopier, dopiest) colloq. 1 a half asleep. b stupefied by or as if by a drug. 2 stupid, silly. Derivatives: dopily adv. dopiness n …   Useful english dictionary

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