dopey


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dopey

1. mod. stupid. That was a dopey thing to do.
2. mod. sleepy. The soft music made him dopey.
3. mod. drug intoxicated. The chick is too dopey to drive. See that she gets home, Ralphy, huh?
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He might play an escaped convict, but his character is clearly a romantic, as the Scots actor was filmed buying flowers with a dopey grin on his face.
In a nutshell: There's a reason the Muppets used to make theatrical releases but are today relegated to TV flicks: Scripts devolved from sophisticated wit for the whole family to dopey exercises aimed solely at kids.
AN interview with Wills and Harry on American TV was broadcast with subtitles yesterday - so dopey viewers could understand them.
DOPEY US criminals are getting caught with their trousers down.
Sam Rockwell, as the dopey, literally two-faced President of the Galaxy, Zaphod Beeblebrox, is often left flailing in the attempt.
Unlike the dopey jury who were dazzled by the bent footballer's celebrity and who refused to accept his guilt despite the fact he was filmed confessing it to a friend.
There are seven of us and she calls us her seven dwarfs but I am the only one she continually refers to as Dopey.
Cons: There's a dopey subplot about two employees having an affair, cuckolding another employee - do you really think surveillance experts would behave so blitheringly?
The pups were named Bianca and Ricky because one rescuers at Scarborough Sea Life Centre thought one of the seals looked as dopey as Patsy's screen husband.
DOPEY drink-driver Peter Allan was nabbed by police after hitting their parked patrol car at 80mph.
essay the roles of the dopey '60s sitcom legend and engage in the usual reality-show competitions.
DOPEY Paris Hilton's fun with her new toy came to a surprise halt yesterday.
DOPEY Donna Maddock takes both hands off the wheel while driving at an accident blackspot - to put on her make-up.
Ariadne (assertively sung by Petra-Maria Schnitzer), also known as the Prima Donna, is a demanding soprano, and Bacchus (the indefatigable Peter Seiffert) is a rather dopey tenor.
And when they turned up for last night's Planet of the Apes premiere in London, it gave fans of the dopey duo a chance to see how their fledgling relationship has developed.