How To Use Unintelligent In A Sentence

  • Farm labourers [in the Vale of Gloucester] are sufficiently numerous; they are noticeable as being simple, inoffensive, unintelligent, and apparently slow.
  • How to satisfy these desiderative actions is a problem for the understanding, whence it follows that successful satisfaction, intelligent or unintelligent, may vary in every possible degree. Criminal Psychology: a manual for judges, practitioners, and students
  • He certainly was not unintelligent, yet he seemed to be purposely obstructive. DOUBLE DECEIT
  • Is it therefore logical to think blind, unintelligent, mindless nature could have stumbled on Einstein and us by sheer fluke?
  • He would not have got as far as he has if he were the mere unintelligent cipher that he is portrayed as being.
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  • So, Poor Nina, as a student in the Glasgow Caledonian University, she was required to suffer the neds of the Weedjie race pestering her with puns as witless and unintelligent as themselves.
  • In the present case, ‘How do you distinguish intelligent from unintelligent causes?’
  • This is also not to say that the artists were in any way unintelligent or even inarticulate (although some were); many were very interesting to listen to.
  • Although I don't consider myself unintelligent or inarticulate, I don't tend to have the courage of my convictions when called upon to air my opinions.
  • I think Republicans and Democrats are equally unintelligent, but Ted's recent antics have tipped the scales measuring mental dullness in the Democrats' favor.
  • How sad that we are a nation of people who are selfish (I have mine so screw the rest of them!) and so unintelligent that they believe sound bites from the radical right rather than facts. CNN Poll: Americans split on health care reform
  • It is unfortunate that the ideals of politically conservative individuals in this country are drowned out by self-ordained representatives like Sarah Palin who are either too unintelligent formulate a rational counter-argument, or simply prefer scare tactics rather than logic to present "our" side of the argument. Palin warns of 'disturbing' health care rationing
  • Respond intelligently even to unintelligent treatment. Lao Tzu 
  • Apart from asserting that dwarfs are usually unintelligent, the author offers no comment on the morphological differences between human physical types.
  • Poor Nina, as a student at the University, was required to suffer the idiots pestering her with puns as witless and unintelligent as themselves.
  • To invite, as does the Windsor document, those provinces to reconsider is not to say that there are no issues to be resolved, no prejudice to be repented of (because there unquestionably is much of this); it is not to reject the idea of an 'inclusive' Church or to canonise an unintelligent reading of the Bible. Archbishop's Presidential Address
  • It wasn't that he was unintelligent, as some critical people tend to gossip.
  • For myself, I care nothing for the gift of interpretation, and far less for that dreadful type of effete facility which produces a kind of hocus-pocus technical brilliancy which fuddles the eye with a trickery, and produces upon the untrained and uncritical mind a kind of unintelligent hypnotism. Adventures in the Arts Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville, and Poets
  • This is an argument from what we know about the causal powers of intelligence and the shortfall of unintelligent causes.
  • I don't think I'm encountering unintelligent people (especially in the case of the students).
  • If you think hip hop culture is the only thing making teenagers present themselves in a sexual manner or for making them highly extravagant, then you're very unintelligent.
  • Given the appalling decline in educational standards and social mores, and the influence of certain ill educated, unintelligent and all too obviously misandrist 'wimmin', I doubt that things have changed other than for the worse as far as men are concerned. [cry rape] sorting out the truth from the lies
  • She was gorgeous, and yet she was as thick and unintelligent as a sheep.
  • Neither does it tarry long in the hands of those too slothful, too dishonest, or too unintelligent to exercise it.
  • I think this woman sounds extremely naive, immature and unintelligent on the matter.
  • I'm sure it won't change their mind, as those who enforce profiling are mindless, unintelligent sheep who think they're doing a good thing by following stupid orders.
  • It is inexperienced, badly briefed, poorly trained, unintelligent, unreliable and simply not up to the task.
  • a dull job with lazy and unintelligent co-workers
  • The children are not unintelligent—in fact, they seem quite normal in this respect.
  • SPIRIT, but Matter an unintelligent, unperceiving being. Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous
  • he acted rather unintelligently in this crisis
  • The response of many politicians to this problem is essentially to blame voters for being too apathetic or unintelligent to understand the issues.
  • Neither do they censure anthropologists who posit intelligent agency on the basis that certain chipped ï¬ ‚ int patterns cannot be explained by reference to unintelligent causes. Combinatorial Dependencies
  • Even in 1935 they were being sent an ‘astonishing amount of illiterate and unintelligent writing’, but practised readers spent little time on it.
  • We became increasingly fed up with his increasingly unfunny and unintelligent comments.
  • What could have been a scary creature-feature has been reduced to an unintelligent actioner. Times, Sunday Times
  • Take, for instance, batrachia: they are as heavy, clumsy, and slow in their movements as they are unintelligent, and at the same time extremely tenacious of life. Essays of Schopenhauer
  • Given the appalling decline in educational standards and social mores, and the influence of certain ill educated, unintelligent and all too obviously misandrist 'wimmin', I doubt that things have changed other than for the worse as far as men are concerned. [cry rape] sorting out the truth from the lies
  • She is a weak, unintelligent girl; he a strong, cunning, and designing man.
  • He believes him to be a weak and unintelligent man.
  • Anticipation proved better than the debate itself, with its weak moderation and unintelligent, emotionally charged outbursts.
  • You can score one for intelligence in terms of trumping the natural unintelligent forces of the universe.
  • God; in fact, "isles" are mountains upheaved from the bed of the sea by volcanic agency; only that he seems here to have passed from unintelligent creatures (Isa 40: 12) to intelligent, as nations and lands, that is, their inhabitants. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • It is uninventive, unresponsive, unintelligent, uninformed, and unmotivated to succeed.
  • ‘If this is evidence of design, it would seem to be of the unintelligent variety,’ Holt notes.
  • The children are not unintelligent—in fact, they seem quite normal in this respect.
  • Take, for example, batrachia: they are slow, cumbrous and sluggish in their movements; they are unintelligent, and, at the same time, extremely tenacious of life; the reason of which is that, with a very small brain, their spine and nerves are very thick. Religion
  • He claims that Ebi is uncreative and unintelligent and is nothing more than a parrot.
  • Would you want an intelligence agency too unintelligent to realise when information is unwelcome?
  • No one doubts that they remain guesses; but what would constitute an intelligent as opposed to an unintelligent guess?
  • It is hilarious to me that many of you seemed so concerned about all those poor, unintelligent people that have been shammed! the palin drone
  • He was ill educated, unintelligent, lacking in common sense, careless of his duties, immoral, and lazy.
  • It is also assumed that a bimbo is unintelligent, couldn't possibly have an interest in anything other than clothes and make-up.
  • Having worked with him for four years, he knew he might be uneducated, but that did not mean he was unintelligent. GWENDOLEN
  • Why she continues to receive press coverage bewilders me – unless it's because the press enjoys showing what an uneducated and unintelligent person she is! Obama brushes off Palin on nuclear deal
  • But so she would be; despite being quiet, she was not unintelligent. ON A WICKED DAWN
  • Are you suggesting that the unintelligentsia should be writing history books? Propeller Most Popular Stories
  • It is uninventive, unresponsive, unintelligent, uninformed, and unmotivated to succeed.
  • I've come to the conclusion that democracy must fail because the demos is either too ignorant or unintelligent for it to work. Leviathan Montgomery, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Even in 1935 they were being sent an ‘astonishing amount of illiterate and unintelligent writing’, but practised readers spent little time on it.
  • He looks at the spectator good-naturedly and unintelligently, with the suspicious expression of an inveterate toper [habitual drinker].
  • With such encouraging results, these teenagers have excelled in the world arena, erasing the image of Indonesian students as unintelligent and dull.
  • All these people do is reinforce the stereotypical perception that Americans are loud-mouthed unintelligent egotists. The Sun
  • She marched me through a maze of corridors as I began wondering if dropping breadcrumbs behind me would not necessarily be an unintelligent proposition.
  • It is human nature, for the untaught and unintelligent, to abuse power when they get the chance.
  • While we are at it we could open a whole scientific institute for the scientific study of racial stereotypes, and finally pull together the evidence on sneaky Japanese, drunken Irish, unintelligent Poles, overemotional women and lazy Italians. The Volokh Conspiracy » Approaching Arguments That Have A Racist Past
  • They are not great works of art, but they make very good not unintelligent recreational reading. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD
  • I don't have the faith to believe it all came about by blind, unintelligent, unguided chance.
  • Why is the intelligent or even unintelligent symbiote idea more alarming than say a pacemaker or the suit?
  • A foreign policy that speculates and spies on enemies from afar has given rise to unintelligent intelligence, a profound ignorance about what is going on in the world.
  • Although I don't consider myself unintelligent or inarticulate, I don't tend to have the courage of my convictions when called upon to air my opinions.
  • They are not great works of art, but they make very good not unintelligent recreational reading. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD
  • If it is not, then the whole universe and all of science flow from a necessary but unintelligent source of intelligibility.
  • For myself, I care nothing for the gift of interpretation, and far less for that dreadful type of effete facility which produces a kind of hocus-pocus technical brilliancy which fuddles the eye with a trickery, and produces upon the untrained and uncritical mind a kind of unintelligent hypnotism. Adventures in the Arts Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville, and Poets
  • We will give you sleepy drinks, that your senses, unintelligent of our insufficience, may, though they cannot praise us, as little accuse us. The Winter’s Tale
  • It is hateful, shameful and a disgrace to all when it is used unintelligently.
  • The opponents in the battle, he reasoned, were the ‘intelligent and unintelligent elements’ in the denomination.
  • East Asians tend to see whites are rather less intelligent than themselves, and emitters of strong, sour body odor. Asians stereotype blacks as unintelligent, oversexed, and given to crime.
  • The memel unobvious is not preclusive to blankness unenthusiastically, entozoic, prosaically effectual unmindfulness saviour. were pomaded to adactylia ineffectually, trickiness grandly, offense out cheerily irritatingly an walleye if they so nigerian, unintelligently mean if the imaging was to brioche. door redefinition to systematization fulfillment with the psychokinesis of the komondor at ctu, callous chromatically the rattling of the arles. Rational Review

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