slow-witted

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"Yes, miss," he returned with the obstinacy of a slow-witted man.

But, dear me, how slow-witted I have been, and how nearly I have committed the blunder of my lifetime!

Yet ignorant and slow-witted as they are, inborn ability and resolution are not wanting.

One device after another has been added for the extermination of the slow-witted.

He made the mistake of underestimating Mormon, thinking him slow-witted.

Or else he is so slow-witted that there is no telling, by man or dog, which way he will go, or what he may do next.

Behold the end, O most uninventive and slow-witted Chang-ch'un!

McTeague was over thirty now, sluggish and slow-witted at best.

Strange things were going through the mind of the slow-witted Jim.

Sir Francis, however, whatever may have been his other failings, was not slow-witted; and he had already taken his attitude.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SLOW-WITTED

dense

adjectiveslow, stupid
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