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[ UK /ˌʌnɪntˈɛlɪd‍ʒənt/ ]
  1. lacking intelligence
    a dull job with lazy and unintelligent co-workers
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How To Use unintelligent In A Sentence

  • Farm labourers [in the Vale of Gloucester] are sufficiently numerous; they are noticeable as being simple, inoffensive, unintelligent, and apparently slow.
  • How to satisfy these desiderative actions is a problem for the understanding, whence it follows that successful satisfaction, intelligent or unintelligent, may vary in every possible degree. Criminal Psychology: a manual for judges, practitioners, and students
  • He certainly was not unintelligent, yet he seemed to be purposely obstructive. DOUBLE DECEIT
  • Is it therefore logical to think blind, unintelligent, mindless nature could have stumbled on Einstein and us by sheer fluke?
  • He would not have got as far as he has if he were the mere unintelligent cipher that he is portrayed as being.
  • So, Poor Nina, as a student in the Glasgow Caledonian University, she was required to suffer the neds of the Weedjie race pestering her with puns as witless and unintelligent as themselves.
  • In the present case, ‘How do you distinguish intelligent from unintelligent causes?’
  • This is also not to say that the artists were in any way unintelligent or even inarticulate (although some were); many were very interesting to listen to.
  • Although I don't consider myself unintelligent or inarticulate, I don't tend to have the courage of my convictions when called upon to air my opinions.
  • I think Republicans and Democrats are equally unintelligent, but Ted's recent antics have tipped the scales measuring mental dullness in the Democrats' favor.
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