thick-witted


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thick-wit·ted

(thĭk′wĭt′ĭd)
adj.
Stupid; dull.

thick-witted

or

thick-skulled

adj
stupid, dull, foolish, or slow to learn
ˌthick-ˈwittedly adv
ˌthick-ˈwittedness n

thick′-wit′ted



adj.
stupid; dull.
[1625–35]
thick′-wit′ted•ly, adv.
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thick-witted

adjective
Lacking in intelligence:
Informal: thick.
Slang: dimwitted, dopey.
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thick-witted

adj, thick-wittedly
References in classic literature ?
He was weary of repeating things that he knew already and of the hammering away, for the sake of a thick-witted fellow, at something that he understood from the beginning.
When I reflect on all that happened later, I ask myself if I was thick-witted not to see that there was in Charles Strickland at least something out of the common.
The result, however, suggests attitude, as if the thesps were so impatient with their thick-witted characters they simply had to shout.
Crudely directed by Renny Harlin from a thick-witted script by Shane Black.
Malcolm McDowell leads his gang of thick-witted Droogs on `a bit of the old ultraviolence' in a shabby futuristic welfare state.