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Stupid vs. Jerk

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Stupidadjective

Lacking in intelligence or exhibiting the quality of having been done by someone lacking in intelligence.

‘Because it's a big stupid jellyfish!’;

Jerknoun

A sudden, often uncontrolled movement, especially of the body.

Stupidadjective

To the point of stupor.

‘Neurobiology bores me stupid.’;

Jerknoun

A quick, often unpleasant tug or shake.

‘When I yell "OK," give the mooring line a good jerk!’;

Stupidadjective

(archaic) Characterized by or in a state of stupor; paralysed.

Jerknoun

A dull or stupid person.

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Stupidadjective

(archaic) Lacking sensation; inanimate; destitute of consciousness; insensate.

Jerknoun

A person with unlikable or obnoxious qualities and behavior, typically mean, self-centered, or disagreeable.

Stupidadjective

dulled in feeling or sensation; torpid

Jerknoun

The rate of change in acceleration with respect to time.

Stupidadjective

(slang) Amazing.

‘That dunk was stupid! His head was above the rim!’;

Jerknoun

(obsolete) A soda jerk.

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Stupidadjective

(slang) damn, annoying, darn

‘I fell over the stupid wire.’;

Jerknoun

(weightlifting) A lift in which the weight is taken with a quick motion from shoulder height to a position above the head with arms fully extended and held there for a brief time.

Stupidadverb

Extremely.

‘My gear is stupid fly.’;

Jerknoun

(Caribbean) A rich, spicy Jamaican marinade.

Stupidnoun

A stupid person; a fool.

Jerknoun

(Caribbean) Meat cured by jerking; charqui.

‘Jerk chicken is a local favorite.’;

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Stupidnoun

The state or condition of being stupid.

‘His stupid knows no bounds.’;

Jerkverb

(intransitive) To make a sudden uncontrolled movement.

Stupidadjective

Very dull; insensible; senseless; wanting in understanding; heavy; sluggish; in a state of stupor; - said of persons.

‘O that men . . . should be so stupid grown . . . As to forsake the living God!’; ‘With wild surprise,A moment stupid, motionless he stood.’;

Jerkverb

(transitive) To give a quick, often unpleasant tug or shake.

Stupidadjective

Resulting from, or evincing, stupidity; formed without skill or genius; dull; heavy; - said of things.

‘Observe what loads of stupid rhymesOppress us in corrupted times.’;

Jerkverb

To masturbate.

Stupidnoun

a person who is not very bright;

‘The economy, stupid!’;

Jerkverb

(obsolete) To beat, to hit.

Stupidadjective

lacking or marked by lack of intellectual acuity

Jerkverb

(obsolete) To throw with a quick and suddenly arrested motion of the hand.

‘to jerk a stone’;

Stupidadjective

in a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock;

‘he had a dazed expression on his face’; ‘lay semiconscious, stunned (or stupefied) by the blow’; ‘was stupid from fatigue’;

Jerkverb

To lift using a jerk.

Stupidadjective

without much intelligence;

‘a dull job with lazy and unintelligent co-workers’;

Jerkverb

(obsolete) To flout with contempt.

Jerkverb

To cure (meat) by cutting it into strips and drying it, originally in the sun.

Jerkverb

To cut into long slices or strips and dry in the sun; as, to jerk beef. See Charqui.

Jerkverb

To beat; to strike.

Jerkverb

To give a quick and suddenly arrested thrust, push, pull, or twist, to; to yerk; as, to jerk one with the elbow; to jerk a coat off.

Jerkverb

To throw with a quick and suddenly arrested motion of the hand; as, to jerk a stone.

Jerkverb

To make a sudden motion; to move with a start, or by starts.

Jerkverb

To flout with contempt.

Jerknoun

A short, sudden pull, thrust, push, twitch, jolt, shake, or similar motion.

‘His jade gave him a jerk.’;

Jerknoun

A sudden start or spring.

‘Lobsters . . . swim backwards by jerks or springs.’;

Jerknoun

Calisthenic exercises, such as push-ups or deep knee bends; also called physical jerks.

Jerknoun

A foolish, stupid, or otherwise contemptible person.

Jerknoun

The lifting of a weight, in a single rapid motion, from shoulder height until the arms are outstretched above the head; distinguished from press in that the motion in a jerk is more rapid, and the body may be moved under the weight to assist completion of the movement; as, a clean and jerk of two hundred pounds.

Jerknoun

a dull stupid fatuous person

Jerknoun

an abrupt spasmodic movement

Jerknoun

(mechanics) the rate of change of velocity

Jerknoun

a sudden abrupt pull

Jerkverb

pull, or move with a sudden movement;

‘He turned the handle and jerked the door open’;

Jerkverb

move with abrupt, seemingly uncontrolled motions;

‘The patient's legs were jerkings’;

Jerkverb

make an uncontrolled, short, jerky motion;

‘his face is twitching’;

Jerkverb

jump vertically, with legs stiff and back arched;

‘the yung filly bucked’;

Jerkverb

throw or toss with a quick motion;

‘flick a piece of paper across the table’; ‘jerk his head’;

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