thick-witted

[ thik-wit-id ]
/ ˈθɪkˈwɪt ɪd /

adjective

lacking intelligence; thickheaded; dull; stupid.

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Origin of thick-witted

First recorded in 1625–35

OTHER WORDS FROM thick-witted

thick-wit·ted·ly, adverbthick-wit·ted·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for thick-witted

thick-witted

thick-skulled


adjective

stupid, dull, foolish, or slow to learn

Derived forms of thick-witted

thick-wittedly, adverbthick-wittedness, noun
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