[ UK /dˈɪmwɪt/ ]
  1. a stupid incompetent person
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  • September 4th, 2009 11: 43 am ET this creep is trying to run away from his shadows! .... this dimwit "core family values" is that working women are harmful to traditional families. he just want women to be slaves working in that labor camp he calls "traditional home" raising babies and doing domestic chores!!! McDonnell counters controversial thesis talk with upbeat ad
  • This is what causes otherwise innocent young children to grow up into a population of stupid dimwits!
  • There was cruel irony to the idea of a seven-year old imprisoned amidst single-swingle splendor, tucked away in a slum pocket on an aerie high above the high Pacific, and dosed up with Ritalin to appease the combined wishes of the Los Angeles school system, a dimwitted mother and M and M Properties. When The Bough Breaks
  • A family of prehistoric dimwits go about their daily business, occasionally interrupted by dinosaur attacks and other such primordial dangers.
  • The dimwits weren't concerned with whether the vehicles actually existed or if people even wanted them.
  • Bottoms acted a bit more like a dimwitted manchild, an effect further exacerbated by the fact that he was a 30-year-old man playing a teenager.
  • And all these retail dimwits come out with the same stupid things.
  • Can you imagine Bush and Karl Rove allowing themselves to be paraded through Washington on a leash by some dimwit Republican Senator of a state with six people in it the way the Obama White House this summer is allowing Max Baucus (favorite son of the mighty state of Montana) to frog-march them to a one-term presidency? Chez Pazienza: Fighting Words
  • It never ceases to amaze me how this vapid, dimwit is always on the wrong side of every issue. Palin gives 'stirring' gun rights speech at NRA dinner, says group
  • Why go if you're just going to be treated like a dimwitted fool?
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