Definition of 'clueless'
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But, and hopefully they will not mind me saying this, they are utterly clueless. The Sun (2017)Is his mum just lazy or is she totally clueless? The Sun (2008)We soon discovered that the country was completely clueless. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The entire senior management of the railway infrastructure seemed to be clueless. The Sun (2014)TODAY'S shameful junior doctors' strike proves that you can be academically bright yet clueless about life. The Sun (2016)It's supposed to seem weird and clueless and kind of offensive. Christianity Today (2000)There have been times in the field when England have looked clueless. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But if you think he looks clueless, think again. Times, Sunday Times (2014)All of which leaves Labour looking clueless. The Sun (2014)When something is airbrushed, many people are clueless about what is real and what is the enhanced image. The Sun (2013)When they got within sight of the danger area they looked clueless as to how to get in behind Stoke. The Sun (2009)His ministers seemed terrifyingly clueless. The Sun (2013)I've seen teams looking completely clueless. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She's totally clueless and doesn't bother. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He looked clueless against Wigan. The Sun (2014)For a team with so many captains and leaders they looked clueless, particularly when they were camped on the Argentine goalline. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A friend said: 'She is really upset and totally clueless as to why somebody would do this. The Sun (2012)In the process he has managed to make himself look clueless in international negotiations, to make his proposed Cabinet look incompetent and to look rudderless in policy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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