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Noun: dullard  dú-lu(r)d
  1. A person who is not very bright
    "The economy, dullard!";
    - stupid, stupid person, stupe [N. Amer, informal], dolt [informal], pudding head [informal], pudden-head [US, informal], pillock [Brit, informal], meatball [N. Amer, informal]
  2. A person who evokes boredom
    - bore, meatball [N. Amer, informal]

Derived forms: dullards

See also: changeling [archaic], eejit [UK, Ireland, dialect], half-wit [informal], idiot, imbecile [informal], moron [informal], plank [Brit, informal], thickie [Brit, informal], thicko [informal]

Type of: disagreeable person, simple [archaic], simpleton, unpleasant person

Encyclopedia: Dullard, Anthony