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Definition of "dull-witted" [dull•-wit•ted]

  • Having a dull, blunt wit or mind. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "dull-witted" in a sentence
  • "The only reason I can think of is to convince the dull-witted that “economics” is somehow purely mechanical and subject to manipulation by totalist maniacs and does not concern living and breathing free human beings with a natural right to their own life. rapier says:"
  • "I would like to believe that Ronal's opinion is an outlier, but in the informal poll I will conduct amongst dozens of people in the days to come, I will find wide support for the return of the man who took over the nation as a dull-witted, motorcycle-racing, 18-year-old."
  • "And even one who had been left feeling as dull-witted as myself could see it within a week of our arrival home."