thick-witted

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It was possible, just possible, that they might escape the notice of these thick-witted men about him.

I will drink no more; for this is no time to be thick-witted.

Natalie laughed, too, and said: Well, we certainly were thick-witted that time.

The gentleness of the Manager had deceived the thick-witted Slav and he grew bold.

Short-sighted as well as thick-witted, Kowalski had apparently never caught on to Callista's crime of moving the cot.

All this happened to the utmost of desires; and before they had time to get thick-witted, Mordacks stood before them.

But Durbin was a rather slow, thick-witted rascal, while Bunol was quick, pantherish and full of crooked schemes.

His third visit left him clogged and thick-witted, as though he had been breathing stale air.

It is hard sometimes to see whether men are thick-witted, or hypocrites so perfect that they seem to be so.

She walked down the corridor, showed a thick-witted guard my own executive pass, and got away.

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