Not wanting to go to jail, I grabbed my racing partner Lois Lane, hiked one of the racers speed bikes and fled through a dark alley.
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It's a much milder word, clueless, than stupid.
So it has this kind of informal sense, the word 'clue', which goes back quite a long time, meaning having no knowledge or understanding or ability.
And then it became a rather more general, meaning any facts about solving a problem - in phrases like, you know, 'clues about the past', 'have we got any clues about the past? And then earlier, there was a usage in idiom, you know, ' I haven't got a clue' - I've got no idea, I can't think what's happening.
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And, also, can there have been "days" of creation before the existence of our sun?Considering my situation, things were going pretty well.Until the Federal Reserve Unit crashed one of our races, guns ablaze and ready to arrest the group. I mean, it's literally a clue less, that is, a clue in the sense of a piece of information or evidence used by police in solving a crime, that's where the word started years ago.Stupid is quite strong - 'you're stupid' is stronger than 'you're clueless! You also need to have Java Script enabled in your browser. ' Clueless is more - you're absent minded, you're scatty, you could probably do it if you kept your mind on it - it's that kind of usage, isn't it? Usage spread when it became the name of a 1995 film, loosely based on Jane Austen's 'Emma' - it was called 'Clueless'.