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weak–minded

adjective weak–mind·ed \ˈwēk-ˈmīn-dəd\

: having or showing a lack of good sense or judgment

Full Definition of WEAK-MINDED

:  having or indicating a weak mind:
a :  lacking in judgment or good sense :  foolish
b :  feebleminded
weak–mind·ed·ness noun

First Known Use of WEAK-MINDED

1592

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Synonyms
airheaded, birdbrained, bonehead, boneheaded, brain-dead, brainless, bubbleheaded, chuckleheaded, dense, dim, dim-witted, doltish, dopey (also dopy), dorky [slang], dull, dumb, dunderheaded, empty-headed, fatuous, gormless [chiefly British], half-witted, knuckleheaded, lamebrain (or lamebrained), lunkheaded, mindless, oafish, obtuse, opaque, pinheaded, senseless, simple, slow, slow-witted, soft, softheaded, thick, thickheaded, thick-witted, unintelligent, unsmart, vacuous, weak-minded, witless
Antonyms
apt, brainy, bright, brilliant, clever, fast, hyperintelligent, intelligent, keen, nimble, quick, quick-witted, sharp, sharp-witted, smart, supersmart, ultrasmart

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