Brainless and Wacky


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Brainless adjective – Not having or showing an ability to absorb ideas readily.
Usage example: a teacher who affirms that there are no brainless students, only lazy ones

Wacky and brainless are semantically related in foolish topic. In some cases you can use "Wacky" instead an adjective "Brainless", when it comes to topics like impractical.
Nearby Words: brain, brainy
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Wacky adjective – Showing or marked by a lack of good sense or judgment.
Usage example: one club member whose wacky ideas for fund-raisers usually produced groans

Brainless and wacky are semantically related in foolish topic. Sometimes you can use "Brainless" instead an adjective "Wacky", if it concerns topics such as impractical.
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