Clueless [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Clueless:

Pete Davidson as a clueless GameStop investor, host John Krasinski as Tom Brady and an exasperated Kate McKinnon — as herself.

Angry politicians threatening to hold hearings and clueless regulators promising to investigate.

Finally, mainstream educators are portrayed as purveyors, or clueless victims, of conspiratorial resistance to scientific evidence.

Right now, our devices are mostly clueless about how we’re feeling or what we need.

I’m a young man, and faced with this I am clueless about what to say or do.

Police and regulators were once almost clueless, but they now have years of cryptocurrency investigation experience under their belts.

Many minds, endeavoring to think through the mystifying problems of God's providence, find themselves in a clueless labyrinth.

The red haired man was the mystery—a mystery which looked clueless.

But if you're going to have a jailer, better a clueless one than one who's really on the ball.

He was fumbling his way along this clueless labyrinth of suppositions when the clock struck twelve.