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  • adv. In an imbecilic way.

Etymologies

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imbecilic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • If Mark van Bommel and Nigel de Jong did a better job than Gilberto Silva and Felipe Melo (who made Brazil's opening goal but then, imbecilically, got himself sent off), then that was probably what swung the match.

    World Cup 2010: Dutch learn to put function above flair

  • Nigel de Jong did a better job than Gilberto Silva and Felipe Melo (who made Brazil's opening goal but then, imbecilically, got himself sent off), then that was probably what swung the match.

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  • His typical toe-shuffling excuse of "thinking it was funny" is pretty weak, but as a stupid teenager up until the age of 29, I at least understand: imbecilically doing something "for laughs" and having it blow up to involve the police is practically a rite of passage for teenage males.

    Cult of Mac

  • Which makes it all the more bizarre when one occasionally hears imbecilically naive conservatives wonder out-loud why black Americans don't vote for Republicans.

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