dullard[ duhl-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF dullard
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The maid most probably thought her mistress bored, and the guest a dullard.
He must be a dullard indeed who fails to understand their symbolism.
Dullard must he be who sees not abundance here to interest him.
With you obtained, I have grown a dullard, and left off dreaming.
The sloth or the dullard was soon taught by his people that he had mistaken his calling.
If he comprehends only slowly or fails to understand, he is a dullard or a defective.
She had no sooner said it than I was convicted of being a dullard.
Graceless he may have been, but a dullard the mercurial 'King Colley' was not.
The only risk the dullard could take to express his agony was to roll his eyes.
On the contrary, he dominated his fellows as absolutely as if he had been a dullard and a dunce.