Definition of dumb-ass in English:



North American
  • [attributive] Stupid; brainless.

    ‘dumb-ass politicians’
    • ‘I just can't believe that someone would blatantly shoot and kill someone else in cold blood for no dumb-ass reason, and right in front of a bunch of people!’
    • ‘Time and time again, we are inches away from dumb-ass politicians making disastrous decisions.’
    • ‘You've always worked hard your whole life, you'll be damned if you'll put all that effort into something if there ain't no pot of gold at the end of this dumb-ass rainbow…’
    • ‘Yeah, I'm pretty sure the voice of the people would have supported a flag-burning amendment back in 1988, but that would have been an equally dumb-ass amendment.’
    • ‘I don't care about your dumb-ass balance between worlds!’
    • ‘Two men, with thirty years of physical age difference, but no emotional difference, fight for the affection of a woman they love in the only way they know how: like dumb-ass fifteen-year-olds.’
    • ‘Take a movie with good action, and replace all the dumb-ass plot contrivances with smart and believable twists.’
    • ‘In the meantime, the dumb-ass males of the species watch the show with Neanderthal-like interest.’
    • ‘There was a lot of reader response to our recent post on dumb-ass liberal celebrities and the much smaller number of conservative celebrities who, however, make up in quality what they lack in quantity.’
    • ‘What is the most dumb-ass thing you ever did in your life?’
    • ‘It's harder to defend the property rights of those who are perceived to be dumb-ass dilettantes.’
    • ‘Well, my boy Joey is eight years old, and he's a foul-mouthed dumb-ass little loser just like his father.’
    • ‘The thing is, I also like stem cell research and oppose dumb-ass Constitutional amendments banning gay marriage.’
    • ‘This dumb-ass matron hasn't a clue on how to run a police service, and is too partisan and stupid to understand the higher concepts of law and justice that transcends partisan politics.’
    • ‘Let me see if you can answer that dumb-ass question.’
    • ‘Then we can work on preserving our history and not allow another irreplaceable structure to become a financial liability and vanish or be mutilated by another dumb-ass developer.’
    • ‘Maybe you could argue that the government has been permissive in not criticizing Liberal party officials who make dumb-ass statements, but that's a complaint to register privately, not publicly.’
    • ‘Well my dumb-ass friend told me that my job was here with you and not with him, even when I tried to argue with him.’
    • ‘Thanks for marrying my dumb-ass brother and giving me a chance to miss a few classes.’
    • ‘And so we buy dumb-ass mink-lined 4x4s instead of pick-ups.’