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thick-wit·ted

(thĭk′wĭt′ĭd)
adj.
Stupid; dull.
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thick-witted

or

thick-skulled

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