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(Informal) A stupid or silly person
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  1. (Informal) A stupid or silly person
A person who is stupid or easily deceived; fool
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  1. A person who is stupid or easily deceived; fool
  2. A person who is felt to be deficient in judgment, good sense, or intelligence; a fool.
  3. (Pejorative) A simple person lacking common sense.
A stupid person; a dolt.
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  1. A stupid person; a dolt.
A fool; a simpleton.
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  1. A fool; a simpleton.
A very stupid or foolish person
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  1. A very stupid or foolish person
A stupid, silly person; fool
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  1. A stupid, silly person; fool
A stupid person; a dunce.
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  1. A stupid person; a dunce.
A person with profound intellectual disability having a mental age below three years and generally unable to learn connected speech or guard against common dangers. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
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  1. A person with profound intellectual disability having a mental age below three years and generally unable to learn connected speech or guard against common dangers. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
  2. A person who is considered foolish or stupid.
A male ass or donkey.
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  1. A male ass or donkey.
  2. A foolish or stupid person; a blockhead.
Any of several hoofed mammals of the genus Equus, resembling and closely related to the horses but having a smaller build and longer ears, and including the domesticated donkey.
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  1. Any of several hoofed mammals of the genus Equus, resembling and closely related to the horses but having a smaller build and longer ears, and including the domesticated donkey.
  2. A stupid or silly person; fool
  3. Any of a number of horselike perissodactylous mammals (family Equidae) having long ears and a short mane, esp. the common wild ass (Equus asinus) of Africa: donkeys and burros are domesticated asses: in fables the ass is represented as obstinate and stupid
A clown; a jester:
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  1. A clown; a jester:
  2. A person given to clowning and joking.
  3. A person who is always clowning and trying to be funny; clown
A stupid person
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  1. (Informal) numbskull
  2. A stupid person; a nitwit.
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  1. (Obs.) changeling
  2. A stupid person; specif., a stupid, clumsy fellow; lout
Any of several seabirds of the genera Sula and Papasula of tropical and subtropical waters, having a pointed bill and tail, long wings, and a light-colored underside.
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  1. Any of several seabirds of the genera Sula and Papasula of tropical and subtropical waters, having a pointed bill and tail, long wings, and a light-colored underside.
  2. A stupid or foolish person; nitwit
  3. A male mammary gland that has become enlarged by the influence of estrogen or appears enlarged because of excess fat over the gland.
A manboob.
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  1. A manboob.
  2. A woman's breast.
  3. A stupid or foolish person; a dolt.
A lump, esp. a lump of earth, clay, loam, etc.
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  1. A lump, esp. a lump of earth, clay, loam, etc.
  2. A dull, stupid person; a dolt.
  3. A lump or chunk, especially of earth or clay.
A dunce.
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  1. A dunce.
  2. A stupid person; dunce
(Informal) A silly person.
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  1. (Informal) A silly person.
  2. Any of various wild or domesticated waterbirds of the family Anatidae, and especially of the genera Anser, Branta, and Chen, characteristically having a shorter neck than that of a swan and a shorter, more pointed bill than that of a duck.
  3. A tailor's pressing iron with a long handle curved somewhat like the neck of a goose
An ignorant and stupid person
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  1. An ignorant and stupid person
A person with moderate to severe intellectual disability having a mental age of from three to seven years and generally being capable of some degree of communication and performance of simple tasks under supervision. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
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  1. A person with moderate to severe intellectual disability having a mental age of from three to seven years and generally being capable of some degree of communication and performance of simple tasks under supervision. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
  2. A person who is considered foolish or stupid.
A city of eastern Argentina, an industrial suburb of Buenos Aires.
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  1. A city of eastern Argentina, an industrial suburb of Buenos Aires.
  2. A person who is considered foolish or stupid.
  3. A person with mild intellectual disability having a mental age of from 7 to 12 years and generally having communication and social skills enabling some degree of academic or vocational education. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
One who jokes and plays tricks.
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  1. One who jokes and plays tricks.
  2. A performer who entertains, as in a circus, by antics, jokes, tricks, etc.; jester
  3. A person who constantly plays the fool, makes jokes, etc.; buffoon
A foolish, stupid, or silly person
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  1. A foolish, stupid, or silly person
A person regarded as being disagreeably egotistical and self-assured.
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  1. A person regarded as being disagreeably egotistical and self-assured.
  2. A person who makes annoyingly conceited claims to knowledge
(Slang) A stupid person.
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  1. (Slang) A stupid person.
  2. (Nautical) A small auxiliary engine, also called donkey engine.
  3. A domestic animal, Equus africanus asinus, similar to a horse.
An awkward or clumsy person
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  1. An awkward or clumsy person
  2. (Chiefly Dial.) A big, clumsy fellow; lout
(Dated) A small two-wheeled vehicle drawn by a single horse.
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  1. (Dated) A small two-wheeled vehicle drawn by a single horse.
  2. An inverted pendulum consisting of a short vertical flat spring which supports a rod having a bob at the top; used for detecting and measuring slight horizontal vibrations of a body to which it is attached.
  3. (Television) A cutaway scene of a television interviewer nodding, used to cover an editing gap in an interview.
A simpleton; fool
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  1. A simpleton; fool
  2. A weak, foolish, or stupid person.
  3. A flat, narrow strip of dry dough, usually made with egg and served in soup, baked in casseroles, etc.
A very young child.
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  1. A very young child.
  2. A person, especially a child, who is free of evil or sin.
  3. A simple, guileless, inexperienced, or unsophisticated person.
A crazy person
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  1. A crazy person
  2. (Chiefly Scotland) simpleton; (also (slang)) crazy or deranged person.
  3. Any of an order (Gaviiformes) of fish-eating diving birds, with a sharp bill and webbed feet, found mainly in subarctic regions: noted for its weird cry
A stupid person
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(Slang) A stupid person; blockhead
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  1. (Slang) A stupid person; blockhead
A freak.
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  1. A freak.
  2. (Archaic) An idiot or fool
A person who can't handle their drink.
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  1. A person who can't handle their drink.
  2. One that weighs relatively little or less than average.
  3. A person of little ability, intelligence, influence, or importance.
A person who is in his or her dotage.
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  1. A person who is in his or her dotage.
  2. A person in his or her dotage; foolish and doddering old person
  3. An old person with impaired intellect; one in his or her dotage.
Any of numerous songbirds of the family Timaliidae, found mostly in tropical and subtropical Southeast Asian and African forests.
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  1. Any of numerous songbirds of the family Timaliidae, found mostly in tropical and subtropical Southeast Asian and African forests.
  2. One that babbles:
A foolish fellow; a simpleton.
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  1. A foolish fellow; a simpleton.
  2. (Person, proper) A foolish character in a nursery rhyme
  3. A fool, or gullible person.
A silly person
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A person who is incapable of concentrated or serious thinking; giddy, frivolous, flighty person
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  1. A person who is incapable of concentrated or serious thinking; giddy, frivolous, flighty person
(Slang) A stupid person; fool
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  1. (Slang) A stupid person; fool
(Short for, Slang) simpleton
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  1. (Short for, Slang) simpleton
  2. (Slang) A simple person lacking common sense; a fool or simpleton.
A dressing, varnish, or filler, as for protecting the cloth covering of airplane wings, surfaces, etc.
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  1. A dressing, varnish, or filler, as for protecting the cloth covering of airplane wings, surfaces, etc.
  2. (Chiefly South, Slang) A carbonated drink, usually cola
  3. Any thick liquid or pasty substance, or other material, used to lubricate or absorb something
(Informal, sometimes derogatory) One who has an intense, obsessive interest in something.
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  1. (Informal, sometimes derogatory) One who has an intense, obsessive interest in something.
  2. A person who is single-minded or accomplished in scientific or technical pursuits but is felt to be socially inept.
  3. (Slang, always derogatory) An unattractive, socially awkward, annoying, undesirable, and/or boring, person; a dork.
A failure, especially a failed theatrical production or movie.
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  1. A failure, especially a failed theatrical production or movie.
  2. Any of a family (Meleagrididae) of large, gallinaceous North American birds with a small, naked head and a tail that can be spread like a fan, including a wild or domesticated species (Meleagris gallopavo) bred as poultry and a wild species (Agriocharis ocellata) of Central America, with eyespots on the tail
  3. The flesh of a turkey
A stupid or dull person.
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  1. A stupid or dull person.
The watery fluid that circulates through a plant, carrying food and other substances to the various tissues.
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  1. The watery fluid that circulates through a plant, carrying food and other substances to the various tissues.
  2. (Slang) A stupid person; fool
  3. A leather-covered bludgeon with a short, flexible shaft or strap, used as a hand weapon.
Someone who is not very smart or clever.
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  1. Someone who is not very smart or clever.
  2. (Informal) A stupid or silly person
(Informal) A slow-witted or stupid person; dolt; numskull
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  1. (Informal) A slow-witted or stupid person; dolt; numskull
An area seized in warfare, esp. by an airborne assault, and held to ensure the continuous bringing in of troops and materiel by air
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  1. An area seized in warfare, esp. by an airborne assault, and held to ensure the continuous bringing in of troops and materiel by air
  2. A silly, rather unintelligent person.
(Slang) A person who is silly, frivolous, ignorant, etc.
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  1. (Slang) A person who is silly, frivolous, ignorant, etc.
(Informal) A scatterbrained person, especially a woman.
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  1. (Informal) A scatterbrained person, especially a woman.
A stupid person; a dolt.
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  1. A stupid person; a dolt.
(Informal) A stupid person; fool
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  1. (Informal) A stupid person; fool
(Slang) A stupid person; simpleton
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  1. (Slang) A stupid person; simpleton
(Slang) A stupid person; a dolt.
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  1. (Slang) A stupid person; a dolt.
  2. A weight consisting of a short bar with a metal ball or disk at each end that is lifted for muscular development and exercise.
  3. A device usually used in pairs, consisting of round weights joined by a short bar, by which it is lifted or swung about in the hand for muscular exercise
(Weight Lifting) A lift in which the barbell is raised upward from shoulder level with the arms completely extended
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  1. (Weight Lifting) A lift in which the barbell is raised upward from shoulder level with the arms completely extended
  2. Involuntary convulsive twitching often resulting from excitement. Often used with the.
  3. A sharp, abrupt movement; quick pull, twist, push, etc.
A heavy block of wood
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  1. A heavy block of wood
  2. (Informal) A gullible, foolish, or stupid person; dupe or fool
The act of twitting
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  1. The act of twitting
  2. A reproach, gibe, or taunt.
  3. (Informal, Chiefly Brit.) A foolish, contemptible person
A unit of volume equal to two hogsheads, usually the equivalent of 126 US gallons (about 477 liters).
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  1. A unit of volume equal to two hogsheads, usually the equivalent of 126 US gallons (about 477 liters).
  2. One that serves as an object of ridicule or contempt:
  3. A mound of earth, bales of straw, etc. behind a target, for receiving fired rounds or shot arrows
Alternative spelling of laughing stock.
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  1. Alternative spelling of laughing stock.
  2. An object of jokes or ridicule; a butt.
A person who is tricked, swindled, or taken advantage of:
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  1. A person who is tricked, swindled, or taken advantage of:
  2. One who is harmed or killed by another, especially by someone committing a criminal or unlawful act:
  3. A person or animal killed as a sacrifice to a god in a religious rite
A performer who entertains, as in a circus, by antics, jokes, tricks, etc.; jester
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  1. A performer who entertains, as in a circus, by antics, jokes, tricks, etc.; jester
  2. One who jokes and plays tricks.
  3. A person who constantly plays the fool, makes jokes, etc.; buffoon
A habitual bungler; a dolt.
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  1. A habitual bungler; a dolt.
  2. (Slang) An ineffectual, bungling person who habitually fails or is easily victimized
A person who has been deceived.
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  1. A person who has been deceived.
  2. (Restaurant industry) A duplicate of an order receipt printed for kitchen staff.
  3. A person who is easily deceived or is used to carry out the designs of another.
(Soccer) A player, supporter or other person connected with Torquay United Football Club.
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  1. (Soccer) A player, supporter or other person connected with Torquay United Football Club.
  2. A person easily cheated or tricked; dupe
  3. Any of various chiefly coastal seabirds of the family Laridae, having long wings, webbed feet, a thick, slightly hooked beak, and usually gray and white plumage.
A metal pivot or journal at the end of a shaft or an axle, around which a wheel or other device turns.
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  1. A metal pivot or journal at the end of a shaft or an axle, around which a wheel or other device turns.
  2. (Slang) One who is easily duped.
  3. A small freshwater cyprinid fish (Gobio gobio), often used for bait.
(Slang) A companion.
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  1. (Slang) A companion.
  2. A fellow; companion; mate
  3. (Now rare) A person who is easily tricked or imposed on; a dupe, a gullible person.
Any person who acts as an underling or puppet of another
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  1. Any person who acts as an underling or puppet of another
  2. The partner in a comedy team who feeds lines to the other comedian; a straight man.
  3. One who allows oneself to be used for another's profit or advantage; a puppet.
Used other than as an idiom: see fair,‎ game.: a game that is fair, that does not involve cheating, etc.
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  1. Used other than as an idiom: see fair,‎ game.: a game that is fair, that does not involve cheating, etc.
  2. (Idiomatic) A goal or an object that may legitimately be sought.
  3. Any legitimate object of attack or pursuit
(Informal) A person forced to take the blame or punishment for others; scapegoat
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  1. (Informal) A person forced to take the blame or punishment for others; scapegoat
  2. A domesticated ruminant mammal (Capra hircus) having backward curving horns and a beard especially in the male, raised for its wool, milk, and meat.
  3. A person who is blamed for a failure or misfortune, especially a scapegoat.
(Slang) One who is easily swindled; a dupe.
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  1. (Slang) One who is easily swindled; a dupe.
  2. An object of special concern; an affair or matter.
  3. Any of a family (Columbidae, order Columbiformes) of birds with a small head, plump body, long, pointed wings, and short legs
(Slang) A person easily cheated or taken in; dupe
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  1. (Slang) A person easily cheated or taken in; dupe
  2. One that is indiscriminately attracted to something specified:
  3. (Slang) An unspecified thing. Used as a generalized term of reference, often as an intensive:
A person easily taken advantage of, cheated, blamed, or ridiculed.
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  1. A person easily taken advantage of, cheated, blamed, or ridiculed.
  2. A diminutive of the male given name Patrick.
  3. (Slang) A person easily imposed upon or victimized
One who is gullible and easily duped
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  1. One who is gullible and easily duped
  2. A gullible victim; a dupe.
  3. (Slang) A person made to or left to face the consequences, as of a scheme that has miscarried
Someone who lets himself be picked or bullied on without defending or stand up for him/herself.
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  1. Someone who lets himself be picked or bullied on without defending or stand up for him/herself.
  2. One that is easily defeated or taken advantage of.
  3. A person, group, etc. easily persuaded, defeated, etc.
An act to frame someone; an effort or arrangement aimed at placing the blame on somebody.
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  1. An act to frame someone; an effort or arrangement aimed at placing the blame on somebody.
  2. A camera position, as for a particular shot in a scene being filmed.
  3. (Operations) The process of arranging resources for performing a specific operation, as a run of a particular product.
A specific model, type, or iteration, as of a product or machine, especially when part of a series. Usually used with a number:
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  1. A specific model, type, or iteration, as of a product or machine, especially when part of a series. Usually used with a number:
  2. A point reached or gained:
  3. A Plimsoll mark.
An easy target
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  1. An easy target
  2. Someone who is easily fooled or victimised
A heavy block of wood
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  1. A heavy block of wood
  2. (Informal) A gullible, foolish, or stupid person; dupe or fool
To deceive or swindle
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  1. To deceive or swindle
  2. To cheat or deceive or to practice trickery or deception.
  1. To duplicate.
  2. To deceive (an unwary person).
  3. To swindle, deceive, or trick.
To lead into error (of judgment); deceive or delude
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  1. To lead into error (of judgment); deceive or delude
  2. To lead in the wrong direction.
  3. To give a wrong impression or lead toward a wrong conclusion, especially by intentionally deceiving.
Any of several hoofed mammals of the genus Equus, resembling and closely related to the horses but having a smaller build and longer ears, and including the domesticated donkey.
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  1. Any of several hoofed mammals of the genus Equus, resembling and closely related to the horses but having a smaller build and longer ears, and including the domesticated donkey.
  2. Any of a number of horselike perissodactylous mammals (family Equidae) having long ears and a short mane, esp. the common wild ass (Equus asinus) of Africa: donkeys and burros are domesticated asses: in fables the ass is represented as obstinate and stupid
  3. A stupid or silly person; fool
A person with profound intellectual disability having a mental age below three years and generally unable to learn connected speech or guard against common dangers. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
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  1. A person with profound intellectual disability having a mental age below three years and generally unable to learn connected speech or guard against common dangers. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
  2. A person who is considered foolish or stupid.
A person with moderate to severe intellectual disability having a mental age of from three to seven years and generally being capable of some degree of communication and performance of simple tasks under supervision. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
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  1. A person with moderate to severe intellectual disability having a mental age of from three to seven years and generally being capable of some degree of communication and performance of simple tasks under supervision. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
  2. A person who is considered foolish or stupid.
A male ass or donkey.
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  1. A male ass or donkey.
  2. A stupid or foolish person; nitwit
A freak.
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  1. A freak.
  2. (Archaic) An idiot or fool
A city of eastern Argentina, an industrial suburb of Buenos Aires.
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  1. A city of eastern Argentina, an industrial suburb of Buenos Aires.
  2. A person with mild intellectual disability having a mental age of from 7 to 12 years and generally having communication and social skills enabling some degree of academic or vocational education. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
  3. A person who is considered foolish or stupid.
A stupid, silly person; fool
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  1. A stupid, silly person; fool
A fool; a simpleton.
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  1. A fool; a simpleton.
(Informal) A stupid or silly person
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  1. (Informal) A stupid or silly person
A medicine made from such a plant
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  1. A medicine made from such a plant
  2. Something having only one part, substance, etc.
  3. A person who is ignorant or easily misled
A person who is stupid or easily deceived; fool
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  1. A person who is stupid or easily deceived; fool
  2. A person who is felt to be deficient in judgment, good sense, or intelligence; a fool.
  3. (Pejorative) A simple person lacking common sense.
A foolish person.
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A foolish, stupid, or silly person
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  1. A foolish, stupid, or silly person
Narcotics considered as a group.
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  1. Narcotics considered as a group.
  2. (Informal) A slow-witted, stupid, or lethargic person
  3. Any thick liquid or pasty substance, or other material, used to lubricate or absorb something
  1. A fool, simpleton
  2. (Informal) A look or glance:
  3. (Slang, used only with “have” and “take”) A glance, look.
The flesh of such a bird used as food.
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  1. The flesh of such a bird used as food.
  2. (Informal) A silly person.
  3. A tailor's pressing iron with a long handle curved somewhat like the neck of a goose
A person considered to be foolish or unintelligent.
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  1. A person considered to be foolish or unintelligent.
The peal of a bell.
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  1. The peal of a bell.
  2. The sound of a bell being rung
  3. (Slang) An empty-headed person; a fool.
(Slang) A foolish or stupid person.
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  1. (Slang) A foolish or stupid person.
  2. (--- Linguistics) A part of a phrase or sentence that is unstressed or less strongly stressed relative to surrounding words, as the words I and to in I have to go.
  3. A brief plunge or immersion, especially a quick swim.
A careless mistake; a slip.
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  1. A careless mistake; a slip.
  2. A stupid, silly, or credulous person
(Slang) A person regarded as disagreeable, contemptible, etc., esp. as the result of foolish or mean behavior
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  1. (Slang) A person regarded as disagreeable, contemptible, etc., esp. as the result of foolish or mean behavior
  2. Involuntary convulsive twitching often resulting from excitement. Often used with the.
  3. A sharp, abrupt movement; quick pull, twist, push, etc.
(Slang, sometimes derogatory) A person who is intellectual but generally introverted
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  1. (Slang, sometimes derogatory) A person who is intellectual but generally introverted
  2. (Informal, sometimes derogatory) One who has an intense, obsessive interest in something.
  3. (Slang, always derogatory) An unattractive, socially awkward, annoying, undesirable, and/or boring, person; a dork.
(Slang) A foolish or stupid person; dolt
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  1. (Slang) A foolish or stupid person; dolt
A clumsy or stupid person; an oaf.
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  1. A clumsy or stupid person; an oaf.
A failure, especially a failed theatrical production or movie.
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  1. A failure, especially a failed theatrical production or movie.
  2. (Informal) A person considered inept or undesirable.
  3. Any of a family (Meleagrididae) of large, gallinaceous North American birds with a small, naked head and a tail that can be spread like a fan, including a wild or domesticated species (Meleagris gallopavo) bred as poultry and a wild species (Agriocharis ocellata) of Central America, with eyespots on the tail
A unit of volume equal to two hogsheads, usually the equivalent of 126 US gallons (about 477 liters).
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  1. A unit of volume equal to two hogsheads, usually the equivalent of 126 US gallons (about 477 liters).
  2. One that serves as an object of ridicule or contempt:
  3. A mound of earth, bales of straw, etc. behind a target, for receiving fired rounds or shot arrows
A person who has been deceived.
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  1. A person who has been deceived.
  2. (Restaurant industry) A duplicate of an order receipt printed for kitchen staff.
  3. A person who is easily deceived or is used to carry out the designs of another.
(Soccer) A player, supporter or other person connected with Torquay United Football Club.
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  1. (Soccer) A player, supporter or other person connected with Torquay United Football Club.
  2. A person easily cheated or tricked; dupe
  3. Any of various chiefly coastal seabirds of the family Laridae, having long wings, webbed feet, a thick, slightly hooked beak, and usually gray and white plumage.
The flesh of a young sheep, used as food
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  1. The flesh of a young sheep, used as food
  2. A gentle or innocent person, particularly a child
  3. A young sheep, especially one that is not yet weaned.
Someone who lets himself be picked or bullied on without defending or stand up for him/herself.
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  1. Someone who lets himself be picked or bullied on without defending or stand up for him/herself.
  2. One that is easily defeated or taken advantage of.
  3. A person, group, etc. easily persuaded, defeated, etc.
A person who is tricked, swindled, or taken advantage of:
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  1. A person who is tricked, swindled, or taken advantage of:
  2. One who is harmed or killed by another, especially by someone committing a criminal or unlawful act:
  3. A person or animal killed as a sacrifice to a god in a religious rite
(Slang) A person easily cheated or taken in; dupe
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  1. (Slang) A person easily cheated or taken in; dupe
  2. One that sucks, especially an unweaned domestic animal.
  3. (Slang) An unspecified thing. Used as a generalized term of reference, often as an intensive:
One who is gullible and easily duped
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  1. One who is gullible and easily duped
  2. A gullible victim; a dupe.
  3. (Slang) A person made to or left to face the consequences, as of a scheme that has miscarried
A metal pivot or journal at the end of a shaft or an axle, around which a wheel or other device turns.
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  1. A metal pivot or journal at the end of a shaft or an axle, around which a wheel or other device turns.
  2. (Slang) One who is easily duped.
  3. A small freshwater cyprinid fish (Gobio gobio), often used for bait.
A specific model, type, or iteration, as of a product or machine, especially when part of a series. Usually used with a number:
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  1. A specific model, type, or iteration, as of a product or machine, especially when part of a series. Usually used with a number:
  2. A point reached or gained:
  3. A Plimsoll mark.
Any of several families of Old and New World primates usually having a flat, hairless face and a long tail
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  1. Any of several families of Old and New World primates usually having a flat, hairless face and a long tail
  2. A nonhuman ape. Not in scientific use.
  3. One who behaves in a way suggestive of a monkey, as a mischievous child or a mimic.
A person easily taken advantage of, cheated, blamed, or ridiculed.
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  1. A person easily taken advantage of, cheated, blamed, or ridiculed.
  2. A diminutive of the male given name Patrick.
  3. (Slang) A person easily imposed upon or victimized
(Slang) One who is easily swindled; a dupe.
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  1. (Slang) One who is easily swindled; a dupe.
  2. An object of special concern; an affair or matter.
  3. Any of a family (Columbidae, order Columbiformes) of birds with a small head, plump body, long, pointed wings, and short legs
The watery fluid that circulates through a plant, carrying food and other substances to the various tissues.
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  1. The watery fluid that circulates through a plant, carrying food and other substances to the various tissues.
  2. A covered trench or tunnel dug to a point near or within an enemy position.
  3. A leather-covered bludgeon with a short, flexible shaft or strap, used as a hand weapon.
(Chiefly British Slang) A victim or dupe.
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  1. (Chiefly British Slang) A victim or dupe.
  2. A rough, ugly person; ruffian, thug, etc.
  3. A heavy cylindrical drinking cup usually having a handle.
To pass (time) pleasantly; while away
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  1. To pass (time) pleasantly; while away
  2. To mislead by cheating or tricking; deceive
  3. To deprive (someone) of something by guile or deceit; cheat:
To give aid or information to an enemy of; commit treason against:
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  1. To give aid or information to an enemy of; commit treason against:
  2. To help the enemy of (one's country, cause, etc.); be a traitor to
  3. To break faith with; fail to meet the hopes of
To engage in a false display of confidence or aggression in order to deceive or intimidate someone:
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  1. To engage in a false display of confidence or aggression in order to deceive or intimidate someone:
  2. To manage to get (one's way) by bluffing
  3. To try to mislead opponents in a card game by heavy betting on a poor hand or by little or no betting on a good one.
To persuade or induce to do something by cajoling or wheedling.
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  1. To persuade or induce to do something by cajoling or wheedling.
  2. To mislead by means of a petty trick or fraud; deceive.
  3. (Archaic) To cheat; to defraud; to beguile; to deceive, usually by small arts, or in a pitiful way.
To cause to believe what is not true; mislead.
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  1. To cause to believe what is not true; mislead.
  2. To use deceit; lie
  3. To give a false impression:
(Obsolete) To frustrate the hopes or plans of.
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  1. (Obsolete) To frustrate the hopes or plans of.
  2. To cause to hold a false belief; deceive thoroughly:
  3. To fool, as by false promises or wrong notions; mislead; deceive; trick
To betray by acting in contradiction to a prior agreement.
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  1. To betray by acting in contradiction to a prior agreement.
  2. To betray or go back on
  3. (Informal) To betray (a person) by doing the opposite of, or intentionally failing to do, what one has promised
To deceive by trickery; fool or cheat
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  1. To deceive by trickery; fool or cheat
  2. To deceive (an unwary person).
  3. To swindle, deceive, or trick.
To deceive or swindle by deception.
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  1. To deceive or swindle by deception.
  2. To mislead or confuse by trickery; dupe
  3. To deceive or trick.
To practice deception or trickery.
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  1. To practice deception or trickery.
  2. To dupe; deceive
  3. To deceive or trick.
To lead into error (of judgment); deceive or delude
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  1. To lead into error (of judgment); deceive or delude
  2. To lead in the wrong direction.
  3. To give a wrong impression or lead toward a wrong conclusion, especially by intentionally deceiving.
  1. To absorb or comprehend.
  2. To shorten (a garment) or make it smaller.
  3. To receive into your home for the purpose of processing for a fee.
To cheat or deceive or to practice trickery or deception.
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  1. To cheat or deceive or to practice trickery or deception.
  2. To deceive or swindle
To confuse; bewilder.
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  1. To confuse; bewilder.
  2. (Informal) To con, defraud, trick, to make a fool of, to humbug or impose on someone.
  3. To deceive or dupe; hoodwink.
To possess an understanding of; know
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  1. To possess an understanding of; know
  2. To cause to do something, as by persuasion or compulsion:
  3. (--- Informal) To get the better of, especially by trickery or deception:
To bluff, especially in poker
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  1. To bluff, especially in poker
  2. (Stud Poker) To bluff when one holds four cards of the same suit (four flush) instead of the five in a true flush
  3. (Informal) To pretend to be, have, or intend something so as to deceive; bluff
(Informal) To play music in a casual, informal way
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  1. (Informal) To play music in a casual, informal way
  2. To move aimlessly or foolishly; dawdle
  3. To kill time; dawdle.
To dawdle or fritter (something) away
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  1. To dawdle or fritter (something) away
  2. To spend (time) doing minor or unimportant activities:
  3. To walk or move in an unhurried or casual manner.
To make unskilled efforts at repairing or improving:
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  1. To make unskilled efforts at repairing or improving:
  2. (Chiefly British) To commit a fraud, especially to steal from one's employer.
  3. To touch or handle something in a nervous way:
(Obs.) To mingle; combine
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  1. (Obs.) To mingle; combine
  2. To concern oneself with or take part in other people's affairs without being asked, welcomed, or needed; interfere (in or with)
  3. To handle something carelessly or ignorantly; tamper:
To make disorderly or dirty:
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  1. To make disorderly or dirty:
  2. To take a meal in a military mess.
  3. To eat as one of a mess
(In professional sports) To discuss future contracts against league rules with a player.
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  1. (In professional sports) To discuss future contracts against league rules with a player.
  2. (Archaic) To contrive something secretly; plot; scheme
  3. To interfere in a harmful or disruptive manner; meddle:
To work as a tinker.
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  1. To work as a tinker.
  2. To make unskilled or experimental efforts at repair; fiddle:
  3. To fuss or putter aimlessly or uselessly
To imitate or mimic; ape.
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  1. To imitate or mimic; ape.
  2. To play, fiddle, trifle, or tamper with something:
  3. To behave in a mischievous or apish manner:
(Chiefly British) To commit a fraud, especially to steal from one's employer.
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  1. (Chiefly British) To commit a fraud, especially to steal from one's employer.
  2. To play or tinker (with), esp. in a nervous way
  3. To play (a tune) on a fiddle.
To move about in a restless, nervous, or impatient way
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  1. To move about in a restless, nervous, or impatient way
  2. To behave or move nervously or restlessly.
  3. To play or fuss; fiddle:
To behave in a mischievous or apish manner:
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  1. To behave in a mischievous or apish manner:
  2. To play, fiddle, trifle, or tamper with something:
  3. (Informal) To play, fool, trifle, or meddle
To act or conduct oneself in a specified way:
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  1. To act or conduct oneself in a specified way:
  2. To put (a specified card) into play
  3. (Music) To perform on an instrument:
To walk or move in an unhurried or casual manner.
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  1. To walk or move in an unhurried or casual manner.
  2. To move while making such a sound.
  3. (Intransitive) To be active, but not excessively busy, at a task or a series of tasks.
To fuss or putter aimlessly or uselessly
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  1. To fuss or putter aimlessly or uselessly
  2. To make unskilled or experimental efforts at repair; fiddle:
  3. To work as a tinker.
To amuse oneself idly; trifle:
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  1. To amuse oneself idly; trifle:
  2. To engage in flirtation; dally
  3. To treat something casually or without seriousness:
To treat flippantly or without seriousness; play or toy:
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  1. To treat flippantly or without seriousness; play or toy:
  2. To play or toy (with something)
  3. To play fast and loose (with a person's affections); dally
To toy or trifle with some object
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  1. To toy or trifle with some object
  2. To move in a twirling manner
  3. To twirl or play with lightly or idly
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