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- adv. In an unintelligent manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unintelligent manner; without reason; dully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unintelligent manner
To clarify the discussion, we can frame it in terms of whether mindless unintelligently sequenced events can construct things like a house of cards and the computer systems we find in life.
The American people are badly educated, they vote unintelligently, and on top of that they never have more than two canditates to choose from, because the constitution all but ensures that we have a two party system.
Policy makers could choose to manage energy unintelligently (maintaining fossil fuel dependency as long as possible while making poor choices of alternatives, such as biofuels or tar sands, and insufficient investments in the far more promising options such as wind and solar).
The combination of left-wing psychological fragility and unintelligently designed CPE standards created this opportunity for purveyors of psychobabble.
I suppose you were speaking unintelligently, there ...
If a sympathetic foreigner may say so, I suspect that both your government and your populace overreacted to 9/11; or, more precisely, reacted hysterically and unintelligently.
Whenever something appears very fit, we are just going to pronounce that as evidence that it was 'naturally', i.e., unintentionally and unintelligently selected, because we define 'evidence of fitness' as evidence of natural selection, and never, ever as evidence of intelligent design.
Myth should be approached neither naïvely nor unintelligently.
At first I stared unintelligently across the London valley.
Pluralism goes very often with 'multiculturalism' as a word that's thrown around rather unintelligently in debate about the kind of society we are.
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