1. stupid and confused
    a confused puddingheaded, muddleheaded fellow
    blathering like the addlepated nincompoop that you are
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How To Use addlebrained In A Sentence

  • It's a pose that should not be taken seriously, nothing more than addlebrained adolescents playing naughty dress-up, bored children looking for attention.
  • When the card companies describe their targets as subprime customers, the people they're referring to are your near-senile grandmother, your addlebrained teenager and your slow cousin Ed. It isn't people with Ph.D. s who were falling into the snare of two-cycle billing and retroactive interest increases. Credit-Card Cos. Deserve Regulation
  • Snoot heard himself talking like an addlebrained dolt, and he had no intention of stopping. KING OF THE MOUNTAIN
  • Ray's really just an addlebrained pothead.
  • The ‘sleigh ride’ my friend and I took yesterday evening in a pontoon boat on Lake Merritt was pleasantly addlebrained.
  • If proposing a remake is generally an addlebrained conceit, how ridiculous is it to suggest reworking a movie by one of the greatest filmmakers of all time?
  • She seems to be beaming in from some universe of her own devising, so far inside her character's addlebrained confusion that everything she says often in a slightly slurred accent that suggests George Jessel is funny. Archive 2009-12-01
  • The problem is that the hostess is just this side of addlebrained.
  • Was this addlebrained twit asking you to loan her a knife & then go back to using that same knife - ON FOOD?
  • This man is an addlebrained and barely coherent rabble-rouser.
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