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The meaning of "Moronic" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does moronic mean?
A: very foolish or stupid.

"a truly moronic movie"

synonyms:stupid, foolish, senseless, brainless, mindless, idiotic, imbecile, insane, lunatic, asinine, ridiculous, ludicrous, absurd, preposterous, silly, inane, witless, half-baked, empty-headed, unintelligent, slow-witted, weak-minded;

informalcrazy, dumb, brain-dead,cretinous, imbecilic, doltish, thick,thickheaded, birdbrained, pea-brained, pinheaded, dopey, dim,dimwitted, halfwitted, dippy, fat-headed, blockheaded, boneheaded,lamebrained, chuckleheaded,dunderheaded, muttonheaded; 

daft,dumb-ass, chowderheaded

"a succession of moronic game shows"

Q: What does moronic and infantile mean?
A: "Moronic" means very foolish or lacking in good judgement.
"Infantile" means occuring in babies or young children. If you mean it in a more derogatory way, it means "childish" or "immature."

Here are some examples:
- I found him annoying because all he did was tell me his infantile jokes.
- Shelly's temper tantrums makes her an infantile adult.
- That movie was moronic to me – it only had cheap slapstick jokes that weren't even funny.

I hope this helps! 😊

Other questions about "Moronic"

Q: You got such a moronic thought does this sound natural?
A: That's such a moronic thought!
Q: His moronic behavior stained the reputation of our firm. does this sound natural?
A: Practice enunciating "moronic", "behavior", and "our".

When you pronounce a word which ends in "-ed" say it quickly without the "e" sound. So when you say stained, it will sound like "stay-nd"

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