For the asinine
things the examples go like this, "I'm getting super drunk toniteeeeee.
But if the law and court processes are asinine
, it is understandable and perhaps even right to have contempt for t hem
Rock god senior citizen Eric Clapton incited controversy with asinine
pronouncements in his egocentric autobiography.
The general climbed back into the jeep, sat down and said, "Next time some damn fool general gives you an asinine
order like that, tell him to sit down or hold onto something, soldier.
In the past you could count on Darling Alistoir to place a call late on a Friday; portly to issue a hatful of asinine
orders for the weekend but mostly to check
Sue Barker will giggle every time some dashing former heartthrob of the Centre Court wanders into her studio and will continue to ask pointless questions which require, nay demand, completely asinine
New graduates and school leavers can be trusted to ignore such asinine
, avuncular advice.
To ask your agents not to cooperate with The Real Deal is asinine
And to say that trophy hunting has saved the white rhino is as asinine
as applauding murderers for putting so many police on the streets.
His next statement, however, is chilling: "The idea of universal health care is one of the most asinine
ideas being promoted by those in political power today.
Bahrain's municipal councillors seem more interested in focusing on asinine
issues like expatriate bachelor labourers, illegal buildings, etc.
During the widely publicized 1971 Red China visit, Nixon lauded the merits of the communally composed opera Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy, an asinine
piece of eclectic trash.
For someone to say they're not a feminist is just asinine
Sounds like these managers see a little too much of their own asinine
behavior on the comics page," Feuti wrote.
These drivers are asinine
- described in the dictionary as utterly stupid, ass-like and simple-minded.