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- adj. foolish; lacking wisdom; stupid
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wanting wisdom; stupid; foolish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not sapient or wise; unwise; foolish.
- n. An unwise person.
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Perhaps this village concept is an even more apt example of the transition we see in insipient stages: from revolutionaries to retrolutionaries.
There were demand pressures but they were very insipient at that time.
Even if you know that you will enjoy working once you begin it can be hard to get past that insipient voice.
GERAGOS: If they found blood in that car, how are they going to say at this insipient stage of the investigation we know it was an accident, we're going to offer you two years?
Bound to be enjoyed by many many people, especially those with insipient flower girls of their own. posted by fusenumber8 @ 12:07 PM
Anywho, I was at a table with notable personalities, including the rather handsome and Hot Men of Children's Literature-insipient Jason Weber HI, JASON!
It makes for a book that kids will adore, grown-ups will pore over, and insipient illustrators will want to keep very close at hand.
At the farthest edge of the insipient mob, sitting on his horse and watching my uncle's face intently, was the very Mexican whom I had twice seen at
Young as I was and insipient, I was prepared for what is called the burlesque Olympus of the Iliad, so grievous to Professor Murray.
In other words it is the negative quality of passiveness either in recoverable latency or insipient latescence.