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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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I think our are entitled the language used Piers He said: "I can't hang out with those foulmouthed, talentless, clothes-allergic little dimwits? Gutted."
"Instantly couple of dozen dimwits began trolling that I was advocating a civil war.
Compare those dimwits to the brilliant Andy Gray giving his pearls of wisdom on Arsenal's crucial encounter against Everton and the even better Gerry Armstrong talking us through Real Madrid v Deportivo tonight.
And yesterday morning the dimwits in charge decided to give them a trial run - at a time when two lanes are coned off, on the inner ring road at junction 9 and the slip road off ring road - causing dangerous tailbacks.
of the University of Texas at Austin asserts that people choose partners who see them as they see themselves, even if they consider themselves deadbeats or dimwits. Among 95 married couples, Swann's group found that partners with positive self-concepts reported more commitment to spouses who viewed them favorably, while those with low-self-concepts held tighter to spouses who gave them critical reviews.
GEORDIE Shore dimwits Charlotte Crosby and Holly Hagan bidding against themselves on Celebrity Storage Hunters.
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THE cowardly dimwits who sneak about in the night have been at it again.
In short, he believes dimwits overseas haven't got a clue where Edgbaston is.
In the main these are street yobs, dimwits without a shred of idealism, a combination of street corner morons and nerdy, cowardly keyboard warriors.
SOME of the dimwits who dented the nation's reputation at the darts in Glasgow on Thursday night will no doubt have tickets for Hampden today.
All I can think is they must have a tremendous Irish vote together with a lot of dimwits that obviously live in the UK.
But the dimwits had driven 200 miles past their intended destination - the English town of Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Does Westminster believe we are such dimwits in Wales we can't even decide when to come in out of the rain?
Of course, the boy wonder has nothing to be ashamed of and all the criticism is coming from ignorant dimwits.