imbecilic

[im-buh-sil-ik]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an imbecile.
2.
contemptibly stupid, silly, or inappropriate: an imbecilic suggestion.

Origin:
1915–20; imbecile + -ic


2. idiotic, stupid, asinine.
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It is not a matter of bigotry or rudeness or pig-ignorance to tell people to their faces that they believe in imbecilic rubbish.
Producing those weapons is as expensive as it is imbecilic.
Then take a look at their movies, which almost without exception have been imbecilic.
These bottom-feeding films often have real impact, no matter how imbecilic they seem from afar.
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