(1) It may have been fruity with a generous helping of tacky but for $7.50 I could forget that Valentine's Day was nothing more than a cheap, stupid marketing ploy designed to suck money from the witless masses.(2) He will be witless and will revel in childish things like fighting and kicking a ball about.(3) I suddenly realized how foolish I was acting, scared witless by a simple dream.(4) Which leads me to a sense of wonder: Can there really be that many tasteless, stupid tourists about to keep a show this witless and sorry afloat for so long?(5) You'd never guess such a thing from this 75-minute sample of puerile rubbish that is listless, witless , and devoid of anything resembling humor.(6) Poor Nina, as a student at the University, was required to suffer the idiots pestering her with puns as witless and unintelligent as themselves.(7) It is used to hold thick doors open, crush particularly large spiders and scare witless those English students who have to read it.(8) In fact, it seems that you are nothing more than a debunker without a basis for your witless inane statements!(9) I now have to share this island with the most wretched, witless , humourless, colourless, featureless, brainless, mindless people who have shared this planet since homo sapiens evolved.(10) Thus, in Mrs. Kerry's brainless and witless offhand yet pregnant remark, we hear the sick thud of the other shoe dropping.(11) We've always had a good old chuckle at his witless expense.(12) And unless the powers that be and their witless supporters get that through their thick skulls, failure is what we are most likely to get.(13) We could hardly believe we had so witlessly fallen into the hands of such scoundrels.(14) Beautiful old stone terrace houses which would have been snapped up for renovation in Australia were witlessly destroyed.(15) What might be the earliest record of a case brought before the king was described as ├ö├ç├┐an idiot who [in 1212] is in the prison because in his witlessness he confessed that he is a thief, although in fact he is not to blame.├ö├ç├û(16) Jane was considerately treated in the Tower, but when her father witlessly joined Sir Thomas Wyatt's rebellion in January, Jane was considered too dangerous a focus of plots to be allowed to live.