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Hapless godless dullard that he is; driven and driving on courses that lead only downward, for him as for us!
HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. III. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
The quick mind supplies the apt repartee, while the dullard thinks of the appropriate reply next morning—if at all.
SPIRIT AND MUSICH. ERNEST HUNT
Go to, thou gorged dullard, and tell thy master to gormandize without me.
BENTLEY'S MISCELLANY, VOLUME IIVARIOUS
In the social display of wit and humour, there is a marked mean between the buffoon and the dullard or prig.
THE WORLDS GREATEST BOOKS, VOLUME XIII.VARIOUS
The mere dullard sat silent, playing with his glove or discussing at what apothecary's the best tobacco was to be bought.
OLD AND NEW LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
Whether dullard or dreamer, this was certainly the last person you would pick out of a crowd for the errand on which he had come.
THE MESSENGERELIZABETH ROBINS
Still, a man who could not kiss properly after reading the Kama Sutra would be a dullard indeed.
THE LIFE OF SIR RICHARD BURTONTHOMAS WRIGHT
Charles, by comparison, was a mere dullard who turned Whitehall into a seraglio.
THE HISTORICAL NIGHTS ENTERTAINMENT, SECOND SERIESRAFAEL SABATINI
Now Captain Wellsby was no dullard and he purposed to make short work of these vile pirates.
BLACKBEARD: BUCCANEERRALPH D. PAINE
Only the inactive dullard fails to see beauty and is bored, and in his very dulness he loses the prerogative of personality.
BEAUTY AND THE BEASTSTEWART A. MCDOWALL

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