dopey


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having or revealing stupidity

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After taking 30 minutes to review the circumstances under which California might allow subrogation in Med Pay cases, Dopey leaves.
She picks and chooses which rabbits she gets on with but with a successful meet at the centre Dopey could be a friend for an existing rabbit.
A DOPEY bunch of tourists blow the chance of a lifetime - by looking the OTHER WAY as a whale breaches the water.
Murray, who's fighting a homicide charge, aims to prove how difficult it was to tell whether dopey MJ, who died from "acute Propofol intoxication" on June 25 last year, was asleep or awake.
Dopey Diego admitted he had no idea what the legal limit was and might have been drowning his sorrows after missing out on a move to Juventus.
The problem with Ashley is that he's going to do dopey things and stupid things.
But the dopey robber, a regular customer and known troublemaker, wore an inept disguise - an over-sized balaclava which began falling off his face.
RICKY GERVAIS may be planning an Extras spin-off starring Stephen Merchant's dopey agent and "Barry from East Enders" as a pair of bumbling crime fighters.
Having talked to a five-year-old for a week about Dopey, Grumpy and Happy, it was hard to explain away - and no Hi Ho Hi Ho.
She adds: "It is not only dopey nurseries in Oxfordshire who have banned Baa Baa Black Sheep.
Reading The ABC Movie of the Week Companion, I remembered lots of childhood favorites, including Wake Me When the War Is Over, a dopey comedy starring Ken Berry and Eva Gabor.
You'll be surprised how much you enjoy guys if you don't have to actually speak to us and discover how dopey we are.
How could a camera and Earl Tupper's dopey line of American plastic products enable an artist to reach the heights of sublimity without sustained, soul-searching exertion and its ill effects?
Why pick this dopey thing" to encode, Rosenheim wondered to the press.
In Swan Lake, the elegiac poses of Vanya Verikosa's Odette brought back memories of Natalia Makarova, while Medulli Lobotomov's bewigged and girdled Siegfried--one of the company's slightly dopey straight men--resurrects the fifty-year-old who created the part, Pavel Gerdt.