dimbo

dimbo

(ˈdɪmbəʊ)
n, pl -bos or -boes
informal Brit an unintelligent person
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The spokesman for the Police Command in Enugu State, SP Ebere Amaraizu, in a statement on Sunday, said the suspect, Sandra Dimbo, allegedly carried out the action at Royal Lodge, Agbani, Nkanu West Local Government Area, on Saturday.
Who would envy dimbo David's complicated love life?
What dimbo thought up this daft idea of a sick bag that is difficult to open?
That's southern California, Dimbo, his friend said, that's where the girly roller skaters hang out.
This win places Wihdat in 4th position on 4 points behind the leader Syria's Majd (10 pts); India's Dimbo (7pts); and Bahrain's Muharraq (6pts).
Some toe-curling gurning for the cameras, even worse posh dimbo patter ("Have you got any scallops?") and a soundtrack of truly awful music.
DIMBO Wicks slipped Stacey a horse tranquilliser to "cheer her up".
Onesimos Nasib, a Christianized Oromo former slave scholar trained in Europe, his team consisting of Aster Gano, Lidya Dimbo, and Feben (Hirphee) Abba Magaal, as well as another religious scholar, Sheik Bakri Sapalo, pioneered the production of written literature in Afaan Oromo and tried to introduce literacy to Oromo society in the first half of the 20th century (Bulcha, 1997; Hassen, 1993).
It's a delight to head off along the beach or take an exhilarating clifftop walk with someone who is happy to share their knowledge - especially as they do so without making you feel like a real dimbo.
I'd be tempted to tell P Dimbo to shove his invitation where the sun don't shine.