He soon proved a heavy clog upon the little party, being doltish
and taciturn, lazy in the extreme, and a huge feeder.
Thou art growing less doltish
and more shrewd every day, Sancho," said Don Quixote.
more intolerable than fiends' glarings is a doltish
Blaming others for one's own problems also feeds the kind of doltish
hysteria that has seen directed at high-profile immigrants recently.
Without that he is just a sober, doltish
young man, confused about his own existence and purpose in life.
They were doltish
dupes of the capitalist system whose dangers they seemed to have utterly forgotten.
Wherever they find a Christian they make a point of insulting him or her; they taunt Christians, call them doltish
, dull, lily-livered, good for nothing.
Riteish Deshmukh and Pulkit Samrat, would seem to have the right non- glam image to fit into their doltish
Patches of sand clung to my bare limbs, and I felt itchy and filthy and doltish
, punished for skipping my quiz, for wanting Tommy's skin on mine.
Assuredly not, yet the doltish
senators failed to understand that the issue of nuclear weapons non proliferation supersedes politics.
It's a message that Ella learns as a child and holds dear as things worsen under the rule of her spiteful stepmother (Cate Blanchett) and vain, doltish
stepsisters (Holliday Grainger and Sophie McShera).
They may even recycle jokes--such as Taylor's frequent wisecracks about Fennor's ugliness ("thine eyes do Rowle / And squint so in thy doltish
Iobbernowle"; "Natures care was cheife / To fashion thee on purpose for a theefe; / She turnd thine eyes keele vpwards for the nonce, / that thou might'st see hue or six wayes at once"), which, since they entail Fennor's visibility, seem intended to have been delivered onstage.