dim-witted dim-witted


  • (adj) lacking mental capacity and subtlety



  1. The action sequences, like the one where two dim-witted rat creatures chase the Bones through a precarious rock face, leave you near breathless with their dynamism.
  2. Hall, who was first cast as the dim-witted sidekick to Leo Gorcey in the 1935 play Dead End, played the same character in more than 80 of his 120 films.
  3. The trouble with Homo economicus is that he has really very little to do with his emotional, dim-witted half brother Homo sapiens, who bought Petsmart.


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