dull-witted[ duhl-wit-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF dull-witted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DULL-WITTED
These Lakonians are dull-witted, but they'll do whatever Liane tells them.
You regard me as too dull-witted to have found it out, do you?
His dull-witted companion had evidently walked them both into the trap!
But don't you see what it means, you—you dull-witted animal?
But, surely, even the dull-witted Microby must know that the incident had been forgotten.
The landgrave was not such a dull-witted old soldier after all.
He is a dull-witted fellow, and has little strategy or suspicion.
The dull-witted Quakeresses were speaking again with her brother-in-law.
He was dull-witted, looked as if he ate a lot; was stout and strong as a beast.
These servitors are dull-witted and may not explain our errand.