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  • adverb In an asinine manner; very irrationally.

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Examples

  • Whether a phrase like “the rape of the countryside” trivialises rape or not it is not part of the distinct process of abjection that results in racist, sexist, homophobic or otherwise asininely bigoted slurs.

    On Profanity: 4

  • Next time: post some actual research about what people actually think in these particular states before asininely commenting on the subject with no regard for the actual facts on the ground.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Road Not Taken

  • It is not in and of itself a racist, sexist, homophobic or otherwise asininely bigoted slur.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • It is not in and of itself a racist, sexist, homophobic or otherwise asininely bigoted slur.

    On Profanity: 4

  • Whether a phrase like “the rape of the countryside” trivialises rape or not it is not part of the distinct process of abjection that results in racist, sexist, homophobic or otherwise asininely bigoted slurs.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • In an open letter to fans, Mr. Gilbert audaciously - or perhaps asininely - argued that James '"betrayed" Cleveland by leaving.

    Andrew Wilkes: Lebron James and the Taste of Humble Pie

  • Obama has spent the last two weeks undercutting everything that generated excitement about his candidacy by asininely swallowing the CW that he needs to run toward the center to get elected.

    Obama Campaign Condemns Wes Clark's Comments About McCain

  • Obama has spent the last two weeks undercutting everything that generated excitement about his candidacy by asininely swallowing the CW that he needs to run toward the center to get elected.

    Obama Campaign Condemns Wes Clark's Comments About McCain

  • So many newbies take his writings as gospel and come here to spread the good news repeatedly and asininely… often for 2 or 3 days after the HOT BREAKING STORY !

    Firedoglake » Where is This Going?

  • Poor Saint-Rene Taillandier is as asininely pedantic as the

    The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters

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