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stupid

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having only a limited ability to learn and understand

Synonyms for simple-minded

lacking subtlety and insight

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lacking mental capacity and subtlety

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A dubious concept at best (Samsung's publicist admits that the ovulation predictor should be employed for "reference" rather than accuracy), these retro features conflate gender targeting with simpleminded stereotypes--of women, that is.
Blacks are increasingly pigeonholed in simpleminded comedies.
To his credit, Rieff condemns as simpleminded the notion of lifting the arms embargo against the Bosnian Muslims (Senator Dole, take note.
George acts as a father figure to Lennie, who is large and simpleminded, calming him and helping to rein in his immense physical strength.
First she is not the simpleminded, libidinous, attention seeking Princess Diana.
Our simpleminded governor is categorizing teachers with factory workers.
No genre fiction" is simpleminded, though, and a more liberal, not to say rational, view would be quite different.
Tom Edison (Paul Bettany), a local would-be writer concerned with the moral state of his community, persuades the inhabitants of Dogville to let her stay, initially for a two-week trial period, in exchange for helping various townspeople (the blind man in denial, the hypochondriac former doctor, the simpleminded truck driver) with their daily chores.
Along the way they encounter numerous problems, including meeting simpleminded cousin Eddie, who persuades them to take cantankerous Aunt Edna to Phoenix.
In other respects, this piece by Verena Weiss, with assistance from Ingo Diehl (both German choreographers), was simpleminded and predictable despite strong production values and intriguing music from three composers: one American, one a Luxembourger, one Italian; i.