|typerä englanniksi||asinine, loony, silly, stupid, brute, lame, frivolous, dumb, inane|
*: The sylyman lay and herde,
And [[his|hys]] [[wife|wyf]] [[answered|answerd]].
*: ... [[three|thrie]] [[Saturdays|Saturdayes]] [[before|befor]] [[Lammas|Lambas]] and [[three|thrie]] [[after|efter]] called the six silie [[Saturdays|Saturdayes]].
*: The fire raging upon the silly [[carcass|Carcase]].
*: Silly... in the same sense as [[English|E.]] [[poor]] is often used, denoting a state which excites compassion.
*: There is no [[beast|best]] in [[the|þe]] [[world|word]], I [[ween|wene]]...
That [[suffers|suffuris]] [[half]]e so [[much|myche]] tene
As [[doth]] [[the|þe]] sylly [[wat
*: In the silly [[lamb|lamb]][[s|is]] skin He [[creeped|crap]] [[as|als]] far as he [[might|micht]] win.
*: [[wherefore|Wherfore]] [[Christ]]e must [[so]]o [[much|moche]] the more [[instantly|instantelye]] be sought [[upon|vpon]], that he may vouchsafe to [[defend]]e [[us|vs]] sylly wretches.
*: There remained fresh Examples of their Barbarism against weak Sea-men, and silly Fisher-men.
*: [[a|Ane]] sillie [[shell|scheill]] [[under|vnder]] [[an]]e [[earthfast|erdfast]] [[stone|stane]]
*: ...A [[pedigree|pettigree]]
Of three[[score]] and two [[years|yeares]] a sillie time,
To make prescription for a kingdom[[s|es]] worth.
*: It is naturally very poor, ‘silly’ land.
*: Here we see that a [[small|smal]] sillie Bird [[knows|knoweth]] how to match with so great a Beast.
*: [Christ] [[leaves|leaueth]] neither Children nor [[kinsfolk]]e behind him to [[uphold|vphold]] his sillie [[kingdom]]e.
*: Thatll never grow. Its [[over|ower]] silly.
*: To [[do]]e the thing we can
This silly sickly man.
*: Is there [[any|ony]] thing you would particularly fancy, as your health seems but silly?
*: [[David|Dauid]] had no more but a sylie [[sling|slynge]], and a few stones.
*: The silly herdman all [[astonished|astonnied]] [[stands|standes]].
*: So [[lovers|luvaris]] lair no leid [[should|suld]] [[lack|lak]],
A lord to [[love|lufe]] a silly [[lass]].
*: From Hell (of which the silly people of the Country think the top of this hill to be the mouth).
*: [[we|Wee]] sillie [[souls|soules]], take the matter too too [[heavily|heauily]].
*: ‘Heaven help this silly fellow,’ murmured the perplexed locksmith.
*: Steve, dont be silly. I mean social [[intercourse]].
*: Framed? Framed? Oh, [[grow up]], Mattie. The truth is that everyone is sillier than you could possibly imagine theyd be. What a [[dickhead]].
*: Fow [[yellow|?ellow]] [[yellow|?ellow]] [[was|wes]] [[her|hir]] [[head|heid]] [[but|bot]] scho of lufe [[was|wes]] sillie.
*: Davies [[not|no]] just like other folk... but hes [[not|no]] [[so|sae]] silly as folk [[take|tak]] him for.
*: You say you were knocked silly—was that so?
*: Drinking myself silly...
*: Well, Judy, now that youve scared me silly, whats so important?
*: I can [[kick]] this stuff any time I like. I tell you what. Get this week over, well go to a health farm for ten days. No drugs. No drink. And [[shag]] ourselves silly. How about that?
*: This is the silliest [[stuff]]e, that [[ever|euer]] I heard.
*: Well sir, I have a silly walk and Id like to obtain a Government grant to help me develop it.
*: He cannot achieve celebrity by covering himself with diamonds... or by giving a silly price for a hack.
*: Carpenter now placed himself at silly-point for Grundy, who was playing very forward.
*: If you did but see how silly a Man fumbles for an Excuse, when hes a little [[ashamed|ashamd]] of being in Love.
*: Repent you Leachers your dissolute lives,
Your [[causeless|causeles]] [[divorcing|divorsing]] your true wedded wives,
Your crafty alluring the silly to [[sin]]ne.
*: The mindless and the silly are always open to being conned into believing that some new bit of technological wizardry is beneficial.
*: While they, poor sillies, bid good night,
O love [[and|an]] bogles eerie.
*: ‘Come on, silly,’ said Nannie.
: Because its a big [[stupid]] jellyfish!
: Neurobiology bores me stupid.
*: No sigh to rise, no tear had powr to flow, Fixd in a stupid lethargy of woe.
*: Were it not for [fire], the whole woud be one great stupid inanimate mass.
: That dunk was stupid! His head was above the rim!
: I fell over the [[stupid]] wire.
: My gear is stupid fly.
*: ‘You stupid!’ screamed the girls, ‘weve got to guess the word.’
*: "What a stupid I am!" Harry exclaimed, as she watched the man ride away in the distance.
*: At least those stupids got their moneys worth out of this country before they burnt their lungs out.[[Category:1000 English basic words]]----
: a brute beast
*: A creature ... not prone / And brute as other creatures, but endued / With sanctity of reason.
: the brute earth; the brute powers of nature
*: a great brute farmer from Liddesdale
: I punched him with brute force.
: brute violence
*: they laid before them how unbecoming it was the Dignity of such sublime Creatures to be sollicitous about gratifying those Appetites, which they had in common with Brutes, and at the same time unmindful of those higher qualities that gave them the preeminence over all visible Beings.
*: But if he lives badly, he will, in the next life, be a woman; if he (or she) persists in evil-doing, he (or she) will become a brute, and go on through transmigrations until at last reason conquers.
: One of them was a hulking brute of a man, heavily tattooed and with a hardened face that practically screamed "I just got out of jail."
*: She was frankly disappointed. For some reason she had thought to discover a burglar of one or another accepted type—either a dashing cracksman in full-blown evening dress, lithe, polished, pantherish, or a common yegg, a red-eyed, unshaven burly brute in the rags and tatters of a tramp.
: a lame leg, arm or muscle
*: a lame endeavour
*: O, most lame and impotent conclusion!
: He had a really lame excuse for missing the birthday party.
: He kept telling these extremely lame jokes all night.
: I told him not to bring me flowers, so he brought a bunch of carrots instead. It was [[lame]] but it made me smile.
*: Now her soul felt lamed in itself. It was her hope that was struck.
: rfquotek|Piers PlowmanWebster 1913
*: One of the major cost drivers in the delivery of health care are these junk and frivolous lawsuits.
: ux|en|His younger brother was born dumb, and communicated with sign language.
*: to unloose the very tongues even of dumb creatures
: dumb show
*: This spirit, dumb to us, will speak to him.
*: to pierce into the dumb past
: You are so dumb! You dont even know how to make toast!
: This is dumb! Were driving in circles! We should have asked for directions an hour ago!
: Brendan had the dumb job of moving boxes from one conveyor belt to another.
*: Her stern was painted of a dumb white or dun color.
*: The paralysis of the Northern conscience, the dumbing of the Northern voice, were coming to an end.
*: I think shes dumbing us down, so we wont be smarter than her.
*: Bad-mouthing Neanderthals . . . is symptomatic of a need to exclude and even demonize. . . . I suggest that the unproven dumbing of the Neanderthals is an example of the same cultural preconception.
*: The ensuing storm caused the department to lower the bar—amid protests that this was dumbing the test down—so that only 80 percent of urban kids would fail.
: This supremely gifted kid told me that in the early elementary grades, the songs sung in music class were so inane that he wanted to skip grades already! Eventually he did, so better late than never.
*: Vague and inane instincts.
*: The undistinguishable inane of infinite space.
*: [...] whom we watch as we watch the clouds careering in the windy, bottomless inane, or read about like characters in ancient and rather fabulous annals.