Doltish

  • 1 doltish — dolt ish (d[=o]lt [i^]sh), a. Doltlike; dull in intellect; stupid; blockish; as, a doltish clown. {Dolt ish*ly}, adv. {Dolt ish*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] || …

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  • 2 doltish — index obtuse, opaque, uncouth Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 doltish — adjective Like a dolt; dull in intellect; stupid; blockish; as, a doltish clown …

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  • 4 doltish — dolt ► NOUN ▪ a stupid person. DERIVATIVES doltish adjective. ORIGIN perhaps a variant of dulled, from DULL(Cf. ↑dulness) …

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  • 5 doltish — adjective see dolt …

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  • 6 doltish — See dolt. * * * …

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  • 7 doltish — Synonyms and related words: Boeotian, asinine, beef brained, beef witted, beetleheaded, blockheaded, blockish, bovine, chumpish, cloddish, cowish, crass, dense, dull, dullard, dumb, duncical, duncish, fat, fatheaded, gross, ineducable, klutzy,… …

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  • 8 doltish — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Lacking in intelligence: blockheaded, dense, dumb, hebetudinous, obtuse, stupid, thickheaded, thick witted. Informal: thick. Slang: dimwitted, dopey. See ABILITY …

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  • 9 doltish — dolt·ish || dəʊltɪʃ adj. stupid, idiotic …

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  • 10 doltish — a. Stupid, stolid, dull, foolish, blockish, simple, witless, thick skulled, beetle headed, beef brained, beef witted, thick headed, heavy headed …

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  • 11 doltish — adj blockheaded, boneheaded, blockish, thick, thick headed, thick skulled, dense; obtuse, stolid, lumpish, blunt, dull; Inf. dopey, Inf. dumb, dull witted, dim witted, slow, slow witted, half witted; stupid, unintelligent, simple, simple minded,… …

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  • 12 doltish — dolt·ish …

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  • 13 doltish — adjective heavy and dull and stupid • Syn: ↑cloddish • Similar to: ↑stupid …

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  • 14 Doltishly — doltish dolt ish (d[=o]lt [i^]sh), a. Doltlike; dull in intellect; stupid; blockish; as, a doltish clown. {Dolt ish*ly}, adv. {Dolt ish*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] || …

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  • 15 Doltishness — doltish dolt ish (d[=o]lt [i^]sh), a. Doltlike; dull in intellect; stupid; blockish; as, a doltish clown. {Dolt ish*ly}, adv. {Dolt ish*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] || …

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  • 16 dolt — doltish, adj. doltishly, adv. doltishness, n. /dohlt/, n. a dull, stupid person; blockhead. [1535 45; var. of obs. dold stupid, orig. ptp. of ME dollen, dullen to DULL] Syn. idiot, fool, clod, nitwit, dummy. * * * …

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  • 17 Dull — Dull, a. [Compar. {Duller}; superl. {Dullest}.] [AS. dol foolish; akin to gedwelan to err, D. dol mad, dwalen to wander, err, G. toll mad, Goth. dwals foolish, stupid, cf. Gr. ? turbid, troubled, Skr. dhvr to cause to fall. Cf. {Dolt}, {Dwale},… …

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  • 18 Duller — Dull Dull, a. [Compar. {Duller}; superl. {Dullest}.] [AS. dol foolish; akin to gedwelan to err, D. dol mad, dwalen to wander, err, G. toll mad, Goth. dwals foolish, stupid, cf. Gr. ? turbid, troubled, Skr. dhvr to cause to fall. Cf. {Dolt},… …

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  • 19 Dullest — Dull Dull, a. [Compar. {Duller}; superl. {Dullest}.] [AS. dol foolish; akin to gedwelan to err, D. dol mad, dwalen to wander, err, G. toll mad, Goth. dwals foolish, stupid, cf. Gr. ? turbid, troubled, Skr. dhvr to cause to fall. Cf. {Dolt},… …

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  • 20 Sottish — Sot tish, a. [From {Sot}.] Like a sot; doltish; very foolish; drunken. [1913 Webster] How ignorant are sottish pretenders to astrology! Swift. [1913 Webster] Syn: Dull; stupid; senseless; doltish; infatuate. [1913 Webster] {Sot tish*ly}, adv.… …

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