Examples of dopey in a Sentence
I'm still a little dopey from the painkillers.
After being up all night I was pretty dopey at work.
Recent Examples of dopey from the Web
And every year, our family dog — one of a series of dopey-sweet Labrador retrievers — manages to find the most beautiful thing my mother made, and eats it.
In the nineties, when the simpering, dopey Barney took over the world, children’s entertainment reached a new low.
Even its flag features a distracting array of biodiversity: laurel and olive branches, Mount Chimborazo, and the Guayas River, all overseen by a slightly dopey-looking condor.
In the third episode, the incredibly dopey P.E. teacher Andy Fairbell struggles up a rope, then falls from about 30 feet.
Skillful and ambitious young actors will always make their way somehow—they’ll use every job, no matter how dopey, to continue exploring the possibilities of their weird art, so they’ll be ready when the meatier roles start to come.
To the extent that he's been able to connect with audiences at all, he's done so by throwing himself wholeheartedly into every project, no matter how dopey or marginal his role.
Not to be a dopey romantic, but what the heck happened to the good old-fashioned hero?
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First Known Use of dopey
DOPEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dopey for English Language Learners
: feeling the effects of a drug
: slow because you are tired
: foolish or stupid
DOPEY Defined for Kids
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