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- adv. In a stupid manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a stupid manner or degree; so as to be or appear stupid, dazed, or foolish; with stupidity: as, stupidly drunk; to be stupidly cautious; to speak stupidly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a stupid manner
I would say "stupidly" is very accurately put and too generous for a sergeant.
For our President to support a friend who was 100% in the wrong and accuse the department of acting "stupidly" is so irresponsible.
Brite's relationship with Three Rivers Press), and of the actions taken specifically counter to his promotion of Year Zero as part of the ARG associated with the album, he purposefully leaked mp3s of songs from the album before its release, both online and on thumb drives planted in the toilets of NIN concert venues, with the express purpose of P2P sharing, and his label stupidly sent cease-and-desist notices to the sharers).
I guess "acting stupidly" is a compliment in the new bizzarro world called Obama land?
In the mean time the guy you elected thinks the cops acted stupidly, is all wee weed up, and otherwise demonstrated his complete & total incompetence in less than 8 months.
Acting stupidly is one of the rights our legal system protects.
How Obama said that someone else was acting stupidly is beyond me.
George W. Bush shot his mouth off (although you can bet it was carefully orchestrated), and McCain stupidly followed up.
The unfortunate use of the word stupidly drew attention away from the rest of what Obama said.
General Hayden has NOT “shown some independence and some backbone” as Sen. Levin stupidly claims in defending his YES vote, but in actuality is completely under the spell of the Neocon cabal in the Pentagon!
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