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dimwit

(ˈdɪmwɪt)
n. an oaf; a dullard. (Also a rude term of address.) Oh, Dave, you can be such a dimwit!
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And he played a secret service dimwit in a television advert.
A DIMWIT Manchester United star confidently told a traffic cop the M6 toll "was a private road and he could drive as fast as he wanted".
It's vulgar, lavatorial stuff and an easy cop-out which any dimwit can use to chase `cheap giggles.
HERE'S reality TV dimwit Jade Goody getting a reading lesson from her baby Bobby Jack.
Gavin McGuire is a weak dimwit who lacks confidence, according to a handwriting expert.
The latest dimwit to call for this was former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.
O'Neill rode Dimwit, whom he owned, to win a bumper at Naas.
And Jessica Hynes - star of TwentyTwelve and W1A will dish the dirt on all the people who inspired her portrayal of glorious PR dimwit Siobhan Sharpe.
ACTOR Roger Lloyd-Pack, known to millions as amiable dimwit Trigger in Only Fools And Horses, has died at home aged 69.
But if we are being asked to believe David Tennant's character is one of the brightest minds on the legal circuit, why is nobody except for the office dimwit available to take the case against his wife's killer?
And dimwit Adam, pictured right, finds himself an unwitting accomplice to yet another crime tonight when they're both involved in a hit and run.
Among the topics are the University in London and the Academy at Soro, a Roman song, to the Norwegians concerning a Norwegian high school, enlightenment, and a congratulation to Denmark on the Danish dimwit and the Danish high school.
Fortunately, I don't mind saying it because I'm already viewed as a shallow dimwit for many good reasons.
And what if the hotshot dimwit (Nuke LaLoosh) he had to mentor wasn't a character played by a good actor (Tim Robbins), but a hotshot dimwit played by an actual dimwit (Ashton Kutcher)?
DOESN'T the dimwit know that women are safer drivers?