dopy


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Synonyms for dopy

having or revealing stupidity

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If sufferers compound that by taking a drug that makes them feel a bit dopy, they may do less well in exams than expected.
A DOPY shoplifter felt the heat after stealing some extra spicy chilli peppers.
DOPY TV chef Antony Worrall Thompson recommended a deadly weed as "great in salads".
If Clare wants to sound off about marijuana, she should not be silenced by the dopy spin-doctors.
Ray Romano plays the youngest son of a close Italian-American family - so scarily close that his parents live across the road while dopy brother Robert is always hanging around.
Airport officials reckon the dopy crook - who arrived on a flight from Medellin, Colombia - would have been paid about pounds 3,000by drug barons if he had made it into the US.
DAMNING: The footage which helped convict the dopy gang
DOPY pensioner Pat Bush took her unusual plant along to BBC Gardeners' Question Time - only to be told by experts that it was cannabis.
BIG Brother's Welsh contestant Helen Adams is being tipped to stay in the TV house by her ex-boss - because she is BLONDE, LOUD AND DOPY.
Looking close to tears, the 79-year-old comic - dopy Eccles in the radio show - said: "I grieve for an unbelievable friend.
He soon made his hobby his business by opening a courier agency, The Texas Rangers, and employed a dopy biker as his sidekick.
Peter Baldwin, the axed star who plays dopy Derek, filmed his final scene yesterday - and it was the most dramatic he has ever played in the top-rating soap.