half-witted

[ haf-wit-id, hahf- ]SEE DEFINITION OF half-witted
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You is on'y a half-witted chance-child,' says he, 'but I loves you like a brother.'

You be only half-witted, anyway, and I sha'n't be too hard on you.

It was that half-witted lad then who had perished in the park.

Now, it is entirely weak and half-witted to appeal to the future.

An alehouse-keeper in the neighbourhood of Elstow had a son who was half-witted.

Only then did it strike Phil Ralston that the lad was dumb, as well as half-witted.

And Mart was always enraged at the sight of his half-witted son.

So unresponsive and dumb was he that they called him half-witted.

It is a half-witted creature, who serves me when I would attract the people.

She is only half-witted, you know, and didn't do her teachers much credit.

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