half-wit half-wit

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a person of subnormal intelligence
  2. (n) a stupid incompetent person

Usage(s):

  1. Funny,I can't remember Bush bowing down to the Saudi royalty like a neutered eunuch or acepting an anti american book from Hugo Chavez a half-wit dictator.
  2. Finally she suggests to a half-wit relative that he might as well do something to her lover.
  3. In that cockeyed world no one was surprised when one of the regents quietly murdered half-wit Philip, Roxane, and Alexander, who was then twelve.

News

  • 420 Triple Feature Vol.2 Contact High

    Recommended THE FILMS: Do you wake and bake? Do you giggle whenever your friends mention "weed" or "herb" in non-recreational pharmaceutical terms? Is your life just one big black light poster - better yet, do you know what said device is and does? If so, you are probably a pot head. A dope fiend. A friend of Mary Jane and a bong huffing half-wit just wasting away in your parent's basement ...
    on August 18, 2013     Source: DVD Talk

Quotes

  1. Mosley called triple champion Jackie Stewart "a certified half-wit" and presided over McLaren's US$100 million (€64 million) fine for its involvement in a spy scandal with Ferrari last year.
    on Jun 3, 2008 By: Max Mosley Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. In the final round of campaigning before Thursday's general election, Mr Mugabe said: "I don't know to which God he [Ncube] prays. His prayers are not as pious as his name suggests apparently. He is ...... a half-wit. I don't know why the Vatican...
    on Mar 28, 2005 By: Robert Mugabe Source: guardian.co.uk

  3. "Any half-wit knows Connecticut will not vote for a professional wrestling 'impresario' for the US Senate," Ms. Coulter wrote.
    on Jun 13, 2010 By: Ann Coulter Source: New York Times

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