Day-134 (Fatuous)

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Word:
             Fatuous

Status:
             Adjective

Meaning:
             Foolish or stupid.

Sentences:
1) The fatuous questions asked by the audience suggested to the oceanographer that they understood little.
2) Ignoring the weather warnings, the fatuous climbers continued their journey.

Origin:
              Latin fatuus which means 'foolish'.

First use:
               1633

Synonyms:
               airheaded, boneheaded, birdheaded, dense, dim, slow, slow-witted.

Antonyms:
                apt, brainy, bright, brilliant, clever, fast.

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