stupidly


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in a stupid manner

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He stopped and stared stupidly. "Come on," he said and took hold of her hand.
The man stopped and looked stupidly at the heap, and the shaft of a cab struck his shoulder and sent him reeling.
Lorry was so taken aback, that he looked quite stupidly at Mr.
"No," I said, "I'm afraid I've stupidly missed the point."
Alice laughed so much at this, that she had to run back into the wood for fear of their hearing her; and when she next peeped out the Fish-Footman was gone, and the other was sitting on the ground near the door, staring stupidly up into the sky.
She was so modest, so expressive, she had looked so soft in her thin white gown that he felt he had acted stupidly.
Once more she had managed, by her sheer simplicity, to make him feel stupidly conventional just when he thought he was flinging convention to the winds.
For moments or for minutes I wondered stupidly, dazed as I was.
He stood still stupidly while the boys ran round him, mimicking and laughing; they shouted to him to try and catch them; but he did not move.
Boss Stewart said: "We gave away a penalty stupidly and didn't follow up when Daniel Bell saved it.
A young film-maker from Dumfries said she was "stupidly happy" after winning gold at the Belfast Film Festival's short film competition.
Enter GrocerApp, an online Pakistani grocery shopping platform that aims to make buying your daily essentials stupidly easy and convenient.
2 POSH jeweller Tiffany has come up with fancy stocking fillers for stupidly rich clients including a ball of yarn made from sterling silver costing PS8,475.
When so many Israeli writers either stupidly stumbled into realityproducing mirthless works so heavy with bathos you could barely lift the page to turn itor, just as stupidly, ran away from it and pretended like they were careless creatures roaming the Mitte or the Marais, Castel-Bloom committed herself to the novelist's real task, namely the compassionate interrogation of human emotion.
A lady judge of the Crown Court, stupidly involved in an altercation with a criminal in the dock, repeated his use of both the C and F words.