dimwitted


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dim·wit

 (dĭm′wĭt′)
n.
A stupid person.

dim′wit′ted adj.
dim′wit′ted·ly adv.
dim′wit′ted·ness n.
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dimwitted

adjective
Slang. Lacking in intelligence:
Informal: thick.
Slang: dopey.
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