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I suppose we must accept some of the more imbecilic aspects of your warped genius.
THE BUTTERFLY KISSARTHUR DEKKER SAVAGE
He, Hunter, was the one who deserved execution for ever entrusting anything so important as the message to an imbecilic animal.
--AND DEVIOUS THE LINE OF DUTYTOM GODWIN
The idleness of the imbecile is always imbecilic, but the dreams of a poet have spells that enthrall.
THE PERFUME OF EROS: A FIFTH AVENUE INCIDENTEDGAR SALTUS
If stimulated by association with girls, he makes crude and imbecilic plans for conquest.
THE CRIMINAL IMBECILEHENRY HERBERT GODDARD
It needs no argument to show that all the rest of his conduct in leaving things as he did was imbecilic.
THE CRIMINAL IMBECILEHENRY HERBERT GODDARD
Moral strife, as well as legal penalties, would bear all the stigmata of unmitigated, imbecilic cruelty.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPINOZABARUCH DE SPINOZA
The intricate and imbecilic steps of the day he performed in flawless sequence.
GIGOLOEDNA FERBER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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