Definition of dullard
: a stupid or unimaginative person
Examples of dullard in a Sentence
The company is run by a bunch of dullards.
often mistaken for a dullard because he never said much in discussions
Recent Examples of dullard from the Web
There's still enough there to make young children and dullards laugh.
Big in Back As in Versas past, Nissan’s dynamic dullard relies on the showroom appeal of its sizable 15-cubic-foot trunk and a comfortable rear seat with 37.0 inches of legroom—nearly an inch more than the mid-size Nissan Altima.
There is a common assumption that dictionaries are put together by faceless dullards.
This means performing some typical Twitter feats—fact-checking and #realkeeping when dullards spout detestable dumbness.
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First Known Use of dullard
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Definition of dullard for English Language Learners
: a stupid and uninteresting person
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