from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Dazed or lethargic, as if drugged.
- adj. Slang Stupid; doltish: a dopey kid.
- adj. Slang Silly; foolish: a dopey answer.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Stupid, silly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. stupid.
- adj. dulled or stupefied by alcohol or narcotics; sluggish or dull as though under the influence of a narcotic.
- adj. revealing stupidity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See dopy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or revealing stupidity
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That was one victory for the Harold and Kumar series — the idea that Asian-Americans could star in dopey American comedies, too.
I'm thinking that it must be name recognition that got her in the top 100, it sure as hell isn't her looks, unless fat and dopey is all of a sudden the newest, hottest look.
Stephany rolls her eyes at certain dopey newspapers.
But, since I’m so dopey, is there any way I can email you diropely.
Still, "McEnroe" did last longer than "The Chair," the ABC game show McEnroe hosted through nine episodes two years before and that even younger brother, Mark, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal last summer, called "dopey."
There are certain films that are not much fun on our little bitty TV at home limited in its size since it is housed in an antique ice box--namely dopey fun action films.
Ed 'dopey' Milliband is the most unpopular leader of a UK political party since Iain Duncan Smith and Labour are plotting his downfall already - a huge infight will take place in 2011/12.
The stab at rock stardom, the attempt at talk-show hosting, the game show his brother Mark unapologetically called "dopey," all those dabbles are in the past.
Sasha Frere-Jones previewed the groups 'Manhattan gig in this week's New Yorker, noting that it would be "dopey" if these two troupes were touring together just because of the "black" in their names.
Speaking with Fox News analysts Juan Williams and Mary Katharine Ham, he called O'Donnell's now-infamous comments about witchcraft "dopey," but said that Democrats shouldn't be using the comments against her.