lamebrain


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lamebrain

1. adjective Utterly foolish or poorly thought out. He's always got some lamebrain scheme to get rich.
2. noun A fool, idiot, or buffoon. I heard that lamebrain Terry cost us yet another client with the idiotic things he says.

lamebrained

Utterly foolish or poorly thought out. He's always got some lamebrained scheme to get rich.
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lamebrain

and lame-brain
1. n. a fool. Please don’t call me a lamebrain. I do my best.
2. and lamebrained mod. foolish. No more of your lamebrained ideas!

lamebrained

verb
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What I think this all boils down to, as far as my kids are concerned, is that they make their lamebrain choices, and their good ones too, within the brackets of God's grace.
This last was the tactic adopted by that lamebrain Joseph Kennedy, whose ability to find his way to the House of Representatives is a continual source of wonder to his colleagues.
And, like a lamebrain shouting English at someone who speaks nothing but French, they believe saying it louder makes it mean something.
Naturally, aided and abetted by the likes of lamebrain Liam and chinless blunder Tom, Natasha went on to produce a hopelessly outdated magazine that was quite staggeringly dreadful.
And the West will not accept 9/11 as its just reward for the plight of the Palestinian people, or the stationing of American troops on sacred Saudi Arabian soil during the first Gulf War, or whatever other lamebrain rationale gets advanced.
Faustino hints at comic talents that have yet to be fully exploited; Nemec exerts considerable appeal as the slightly smarter lamebrain. If anything, both leads are a little too likable to justify the loser status the movie so aggressively pins on them.
AFTER making the worst pitch in the history of business, lamebrain Leon Doyle cried: "No one's said how well I did." Er, Leon...
And anyone who questioned their logic, their conviction that reducing the size of the league would somehow cure all ills and lead to better, more entertaining football was dismissed as a lamebrain. Either you didn't have the mental capacity to understand their grand plan or you were financially illiterate.
In Japan such lamebrain activity accounts for 2,500 road accidents a year.
Also, what will these women do if some short-tempered lamebrain, fed up waiting in their health centre to see a doctor, makes a risque remark?
Miscreants tried to sabotage the planned program of lawyers but the lamebrains do not understand the fact that such kind of absurdity cannot atone Nawaz Sharif's ignominious character.
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Think what a swell place this country could be to live in if we applied just a little bit of the knowledge we have, if we only weren't such a bunch of lamebrains. (32) The populist rhetoric aside, the thrust of Ben's speech gives the indication of not only the responsibility of the radical democrat to the needs of the "people" but also of the people's responsibility for claiming the sources of power that could meet those needs.
That kind of stuff doesn't just pander to the lowest common denominator, it gives a legitimacy to lamebrains on either side of this country's divide.
Protest from a bunch of deluded dog-lovers, lamebrains who tell you their Rottweiler is 'only playing' when he's got you by the throat.