mouth-breathing


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mouth-breathing

(used before a noun) Dimwitted, foolish, or stupid; of low or stunted intelligence. Maybe you wouldn't have failed the exam if you weren't such a mouth-breathing nincompoop! That mouth-breathing idiot Terry parked his car in my space again. That's the third time this month!
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Other causes include Sjogren's syndrome and certain other autoimmune diseases, diabetes, mouth-breathing, excessive alcohol intake, nutritional deficiencies, and radiation therapy.
Ha ha, your tummy is funny," she chortled loudly and went back to mouth-breathing on the mirror to amuse herself while I struggled to try on a pair of jeans in my normal size.
Children considered "worst case" scored highest for SDB symptoms of snoring, sleep apnea or mouth-breathing.
The website RedState called Stevens' book "a polemic for the mouth-breathing left.
The new study analysed the combined effects of snoring, apnea and mouth-breathing patterns on the behaviour of children enrolled in the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children, a project based in the United Kingdom.
Furthermore, these enlargements may lead to chronic mouth-breathing [Pelton and Leibovitz, 2009; Wiertsema and Leach, 2009].
But too often they're just made to look like mouth-breathing chumps by his superhuman feats of deduction.
The human race is essentially a knuckle-dragging, mouth-breathing bunch of goons.
Is Rodney a clever, perceptive artist who can run intellectual rings around his classmates or a mouth-breathing Napoleon Dynamite--style dimwit who's easily taken in by bullies?
The mouth-breathing test: If you can only make a snoring noise with your mouth open then you're a mouth breather.
Any programming idea I considered mind-numbing, slack-jawed, mouth-breathing drivel could be commissioned as a year-long series and syndicated worldwide without fear of failure.