cretin


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Synonyms for cretin

Synonyms for cretin

a person of subnormal intelligence

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Cretin Homes maintains its competitive edge with a two-part strategy: assess construction processes with mathematical precision and commit to a narrow range of low-cost, durable products.
In light of the story, Lisa liked a tweet that read: "Someone needs to tell the cretin that there's no slander in the TRUTH.
"Obviously he is a completely dysfunctional character and a cretin but he happens to be a genius melodist," he added with a giggle.
(GUILLAUME THIBAULT, JEHAN MAROT, GUILLAUME CRETIN)
Plebgate How two-faced can this sick cretin Cameron get?
The three new members are Michel Cretin (France), Henri Grethen (Luxembourg) and Harald Noack (Germany - see Europolitics 3408).
The obnoxious cretin, who claims to have bent more silverware than slipshod Milan Baros, erected a giant picture of the Boy Wonder in central London, and invited the Great British Public to send a wave of positive thinking to his poorly metatarsal.
THE award for World's Worst TV Presenter has to go to Best of Breed in the Cretin Category, Ben Fogle.
Indeed, within hours of shuffling off his mortal coil, Joey Ramone, known for singing songs such as "Cretin Hop" and "Teenage Lobotomy," had been resurrected as Joe Hill.
Leicester manager Martin O'Neill labelled Chelsea chairman Ken Bates a "football cretin" in a bitter aftermath to this controversial fifth-round tie at Stamford Bridge.
The profusion of formal elegies by jean Molinet, Josquin des Pres, Guillaume Cretin, jean Lemaire de Belges, Erasmus of Rotterdam and others lamenting Ockeghem's death in 1497 reflect the extent of renown he attained during his lifetime.
It's a dismal and depressing place, infested with swarms of hooded cretin creatures.
The three new candidates are Michel Cretin (France), Henri Grethen (Luxembourg) and Harald Noack (Germany).