To put it charitably, this is the jurisprudence of the simpleton.
She thought her brother was making a simpleton of himself, and had a great mind to tell him so.
I used to tell you it was the jessamine; the jessamine is a simpleton, I tell you.
Stop, friend, said he to the smith, let the simpleton go; this is not past mending yet.
He's hired to play for my dance, not to waste his time taking a simpleton home.
A man who knows the world is a woman eater, and your 'pure' man is a simpleton.
Almost any simpleton could cut wicks and fill candle-moulds.
But Issek was not a woman to be put down easily by a simpleton.
Hold your tongue, simpleton; it is not for you to control the decrees of the faculty.
The simpleton—he should have been left to manage things for himself—and where would he have been then?