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dullard

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noun dull·ard \ˈdə-lərd\

Simple Definition of dullard

  • : a stupid and uninteresting person

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of dullard

  1. :  a stupid or unimaginative person

Examples of dullard in a sentence

  1. The company is run by a bunch of dullards.

  2. <often mistaken for a dullard because he never said much in discussions>



15th Century

First Known Use of dullard

15th century

Rhymes with dullard



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