[ muh-ron-ik ]
/ məˈrɒn ɪk /
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showing a lack of good sense; stupid or idiotic:You really couldn't invent a more pathetically incompetent, moronic, self-deluded jackass of a character than this.
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Do not follow a single one of the president or health minister’s moronic decisions.Brazil's Bolsonaro Denied COVID-19 Was a Problem. Now He's Embracing Vaccines. Here's What Changed|Ciara Nugent|March 12, 2021|Time