Thesaurus / cretin

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The cretin was the one variety of the human species with which the commandant had not yet come in contact.

The Country DoctorHonore de Balzac

Cretin mated with cretin and consequently a large new supply was constantly produced.

Being Well-BornMichael F. Guyer

Only twelve kinds of a cretin would have gone on when faced with anything like this.

Call Him SavageJohn Pollard

Something of the goître and cretin influence seems to settle on my spirits sometimes, on the lower ground.

It is very commonly accompanied by idiocy; and, in fact, the Cretin is one of the most distressing objects that can be seen.

If the cretin is untreated he rarely has a long life, thirty years being an exceptional age.

On the Rigi his musings on the magnificence of the view are checked by the presence of a cretin.

Mountain MeditationsL. Lind-af-Hageby

Of course, many people have goitre who are not cretins, but there is no cretin who has not goitre.

How to LiveIrving Fisher and Eugene Fisk

The male criminal in this respect resembles the epileptic, and especially the cretin, in whom grey hair is seldom seen.

The CriminalHavelock Ellis

“It was rather a chouse to shoot a cretin, though,” said another, in chaff.

Julian HomeDean Frederic W. Farrar

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