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  • s  (British informal) lacking intelligence and vitality

  • And judging by The Others, even ghosts are turning into gormless dinner guests who have outstayed their welcome.

  • Simon Hughes in Jamaica Observer
    In the Daily Telegraph, Simon Hughes was equally blunt: "Never mind that the bowling attack is toothless and some of the batting gormless, there seems a total absence of basic discipline. It's deep-rooted," Hughes wrote. "Many of the players...

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