NOUN
  1. a stupid incompetent person
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How To Use doofus In A Sentence

  • Mostly, they remind me how glad I am that I don't have to wear suits and work in office towers pushing paper about, fielding emails, enduring meetings and being bossed about by older, fatter doofuses.
  • The awkward, bulkiness that makes you look like a doofus is the same thing that protects your head. Cool Hunting
  • They try to get the public to dress up in the most clownish clothes possible while paying the fashion industry good money to look like a doofus.
  • Not sure why you are responding to someone you characterized as a doofus/clown but I suspect that it is not uncommon to express wholly uncredible opinions. Bonior Building Behind-The-Scenes Momentum For Openly Gay Union Activist as Labor Secretary
  • Like Doofus, I wonder why it took bulldogging from the blogs to get these people to do what any publication of integrity and ethics would have done long ago. Maine Newspaper Responds to Conflict-of-Interest Accusations ��� Two Editors Recuse Themselves
  • Although he still loved playing the lazy doofus within the family, no one seemed to be fooled. LADY BE GOOD
  • You could be wearing the most fashionable, hip outfit, and you will still look like a doofus when you're on vacation.
  • And then there are the funny ones such as ning nong, doofus, blatherskite. Etymology – the origins of words « Write Anything
  • All of the supposed intrigue and suspense leads up to a climactic scene which is about as exciting as watching two middle-aged doofuses having a shovel fight in a garage.
  • She plays Deandra "Sweet Dee" Reynolds, foulmouthed girl Friday to the barfly doofuses of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Getting to Know It's Always Sunny Scene Stealer Kaitlin Olson
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