dimwit

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dimwit

One who is stupid or foolish. Geez, he keeps pulling on a door that's clearly marked "push"—what a dimwit.

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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A DIMWIT dad puts his two girls' lives in peril - as he makes them walk just feet from a busy rail line.
Miner, who ignores that according to recent scholarship the Scienza nuova was considered heretical by the Holy Office and escaped condemnation only because Vico was judged a dimwit, bases his conclusions on literal interpretations of Vichian texts without taking into account the ecclesiastic censorship that stunted Italian culture and obliged writers to hide their real thoughts (see Church, Censorship and Culture in Early Modern Italy, ed.
Maybe he was a dimwit about domestic governance and a sworn foe of birds and trees, but, the pundits insisted, he had crushed the "evildoers" with remarkable speed and aplomb.
Anyone who does oppose such a move is a dimwit, eejit and, dare I suggest it, an a***.
He caricatures Bush as a dimwit in skits that sometimes don't stick to the news.