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idiot juice

and idiotic (ˈɪdiət dʒus and ɪdiˈɑdɪk)
n. a mixture of ground nutmeg and water. (Prisons.) Somehow a bunch of these guys got hold of some idiot juice.
See also: idiot, juice

idiotic

verb
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A year later, a combined Steelers and Chicago Cardinals team struggled through a season as the idiotically named Card-Pitts.
Read, perhaps, 'against the grain', we might find here a plea for the demolition of the very notion of 'family', demolished, in my opinion, long ago, though it still drags on quite idiotically.
Race card: The kind of wise guy who weaves in and out of traffic, idiotically changing lanes every quarter-mile.
Often idiotically running risks to discover those truths, Alice finally stumbles across the reality cowboy Duval and the kindly caretaker Benjamin had tried to conceal from her and finds out that she is not in fact in a land of the free but in a no-man's land brimming with danger.
It reminds me of a string of wet sponges; it reminds me of tattered washing on the line; it reminds me of stale bean soup, of college yells, of dogs barking idiotically through endless nights.
The judge said of Bateman's wife: "I am not going to deprive these children of their mother, no matter how idiotically she has behaved.
After Rom swings idiotically and quickly accumulates two strikes, Rom's teammates decide that bunting would be a better course of action.
sections] In 2000 Nader idiotically insisted that there was not "a dime's worth of difference" between Bush and Gore.
Reports of the death of reality--like the death of reason, the death of the intellectual, the death of serious literature--seem to have been accepted without much reflection by many who are attempting to understand what feels wrong, or empty, or idiotically triumphant in contemporary politics and culture.
These idiotically romantic feelings become especially intense if the publication craps out before descending into disappointing middle age.
SONG 4: Two strong stanzas: children playing (a dream of Lewis Carroll's, red dresses, a red ball, all against green lawn, and in slow motion, a ballet, an evocation of innocence) and an abstract sequence, every frame an illumination that out-Pollocks Poilock, and all painted over the Denver of Brakhage's childhood: an automatic, automobiistic world, heavy with nostalgia but idiotically busy in contrast to the dance of the girls.
Their southerners are nearly all white and dim-witted (John Turturro and Tim Blake Nelson spend the entire film with their eyes bulging idiotically from their sockets and their jaws hanging open, the better to catch flies) or white and slippery (George Clooney brings a Clark Gable-ish elan and mustache to the role of the de facto leader of the three runaways, a smooth-tongued con man, while Charles Durning and John Goodman throw themselves gamely into the pop-up-book parts of a fat, good-ol'-boy politician and a fat, evil Bible salesman, respectively).
A surprising number of commentators looked at his title and, idiotically, assumed that Fukuyama was arguing that from now on nothing important would happen.
Idiotically, I blurted something to this effect, and John gave quiet advice, even suggested a less-traveled park where I could try again.
Carey had been through sandstorms before, and he wished that he was out in the open where he was used to it, and where he did not have to worry about the barge turning turtle and drowning him idiotically on the driest world in the System.