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Synonyms for idiot

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Synonyms for idiot

a person of subnormal intelligence

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"I felt bad and I looked like an idiot because I was arguing with a lady.
Older teens will enjoy Jim's problems and relate to the kind of love that makes you an idiot. Janet Julian, Grafton, MA
The kid's an idiot, it comes from his upbringing, His parents are probably idiots too.
(12) English law specifically conveyed feudal property of an idiot to the king's custody during the lifetime of the person; after death it was returned to the idiot's heirs.
KAPLAN IS AN IDIOT. He says so himself, repeatedly, in his book F'd Companies: Spectacular Dot-Com Flameouts.
If you scan the back cover of the the new co-ops book and take the promotional bullet-points at face value, you'd have to be an idiot not to read it.
Celeste was far too sweet a person--most of the time, anyway--for me ever to call her an idiot. But Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza, Carlos Alberto Montaner, and Alvaro Vargas Llosa, whose instinct for the jugular has evolved far beyond mine, would.
Only an idiot would not have expected this series eventually to branch out into mainline religion.
In short, we were promised a child prodigy and got an idiot savant.
Summary: Ricky Gervais and Karl Pilkington talk An Idiot Abroad 3
Recorder Gargan, sentencing him at Newcastle Crown Court, said: "He is an idiot, but a dangerous idiot." Thompson, 32, of Plessey Road, Blyth, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, excess alcohol, having no insurance, failing to stop after an accident and failing to stop for the police.
'TOLD by an Idiot' theatre company's new comedy is inspired by such diverse sources at writer Gunter Grass, film maker Alfred Hitchcock, cartoon character Bugs Bunny and the television series Are You Being Served?
and the author of the popular How To Work For An Idiot: Clueless Creatures And The People Who Love Them--and he's an organizational behavior consultant who here uses the family structure as his 'organization'.