idiot idiot  /ˈɪ di ət/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a person of subnormal intelligence

Usage(s):

  1. He talks like an idiot.
  2. Or maybe he's just an idiot.
  3. Nothing flags an idiot faster than declaring one's intelligence rather than demonstrating it.

News

  1. 'Idiot' Might Make Some Queasy, But Maybe That's A Good Thing

    All the seats were assigned, but the audience appeared to divide into distinct camps within minutes of the start of Saturday afternoon's performance of "American Idiot" at Reynolds Hall inside The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. I imagine that's
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

  2. Waterford man was 'just being an idiot' when he drove onto railroad tracks

    WATERFORD — A 22-year-old Waterford man, who described himself to a police officer as “just being an idiot,” ended up getting his vehicle stuck on railroad tracks behind McDonald’s on Saratoga Avenue early Saturday morning, police said.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Saratogian

  3. Briton admits he's an 'idiot' after N.Z. plunge

    A British man who miraculously survived a fall from a 15th-storey balcony in New Zealand while drunkenly trying to break into his apartment has labelled himself an "idiot".
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Fox News

Quotes

  1. "All of those options don't weigh anything," Bonds told the San Francisco Chronicle on Tuesday. "In baseball, that number (756) stands. He's stupid. He's an idiot. He spent $750,000 on the ball and that's what he's doing with it?"
    on Sep 20, 2007 By: Barry Bonds Source: Contra Costa Times

  2. "An idiot wouldn't accept that," Tsvangirai told a rally of 15,000 supporters. "That is not power sharing, it is power grabbing."
    on Oct 12, 2008 By: Morgan Tsvangirai Source: FOXNews

  3. "They watch us go through corners, and I know they're going, 'What an idiot,'" Edwards said. "I'm going in way too deep, I pitch the thing sideways and hit the curb, and they're thinking, 'Man, these NASCAR guys.' My point is, there's a lot...
    on Jun 17, 2010 By: Carl Edwards Source: The Associated Press

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