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Calling someone or something stupid is effective, sure, but there are tons of other more clever words you can use. These words can be used to brighten your vocabulary as you describe the dismal state of affairs around you. Most of these need no definition, but we’ve added a few extra explanations, such as word origins or additional info where they might come in handy.
vapid: Offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging
vacuous: Having or showing a lack of thought or intelligence; mindless
thick: Often used in the U.K.
daft: This word comes from the Old English gedæfte, which means, “mild” or “meek”
muttonheaded: Inspired by “stupidity” of sheep
obtuse: Not sharp
inane: From the Latin word inanis, which means, “empty, vain”