adjective, dop·i·er, dop·i·est. Informal.
Related formsdop·i·ness, dop·ey·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for dopey
I wouldn't call Pippa, "really badly dressed" as much as just ... dopey.
And it is most certainly not about some dopey urge to play the hero and fuel America.
"He's a bad one," interjected Dopey Charlie, a glint of cunning in his ordinarily glassy eyes.The Oakdale Affair|Edgar Rice Burroughs
And if I find myself getting too dopey for any use, why, I can call on George or you to take hold.Motor Boat Boys Down the Danube|Louis Arundel
We know that, Dopey—but there's one thing you won't do there—tell the story of the Cuba libre cigar.
"Dopey, I tell you truth—confide in you," said Stover, slipping down beside him.
But, of course, the grizzly had been too dopey and dazed from his long sleep, to really put forth his best efforts.Connie Morgan in the Fur Country|James B. Hendryx