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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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While she cooks him crayfish and calms his anxiety attacks with Fred Astaire movies, Boris alternately bemoans Melody's dimwittedness and regales her eager mind with everything from the Heisenberg uncertainty principle to a "Mikado"-like list of petty crimes that should be punishable by death.
The movie may lose its way in the last 15 minutes but everything leading up to that point is gripping, edge-of-your-seat stuff with a great performance from Willis as Hirsch's ice-cold dad, while Timberlake gets across just the right mix of charm and dimwittedness to totally convince.
It requires a kind of dimwittedness not to see that forced collectivization of land, nationalization of industry, and the complete equalization of pay for work of all kinds, such as Orwell strongly advocated, must have profound economic effects and consequences for freedom.
This trait (of finding such remarks funny) can only further the notion that dimwittedness lurks in the genes of inbred families.
In their deadpan dump-on-the-bourgeoisie aggression and the anarchic dimwittedness of their stunts, they're half Monty Python and half Jackass: The Movie.
And Patrick ('I love being purple!') takes goofy dimwittedness to his usual comic extremes.
Retaining all the charm and childish exuberance of the TV series, with a few surprises, the eponymous hero is his usual effervescent self while Patrick takes goofy dimwittedness to his usual comic extremes.