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cluck

A stupid person. Did you hear that guy's ridiculous question? Geez, what a cluck.

dumb cluck

A stupid person. Did you hear that guy's ridiculous question? Geez, what a dumb cluck.
See also: cluck, dumb

cluck

and kluck (klək)
n. a stupid person; a person as stupid as a chicken. Why did they send me a dumb cluck to do this work? You silly kluck! Why’d you do that?

dumb cluck

n. a stupid oaf; a person as stupid as a chicken. Sally is not a dumb cluck, but she is sort of slow.
See also: cluck, dumb
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