idiot

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idiot

[′id·ē·ət]
(psychology)
A person afflicted with idiocy and requiring custodial or protective care.
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But he had yet to learn that it is a dreadful thing to make an idiot fond of you, when you yourself are not of an affectionate disposition: especially an idiot with a pitchfork-- obviously a difficult friend to shake off by rough usage.
Then he continued, mastering his discomposure: "The words you said were, `No man but an idiot would pick up the small hammer.
and, if such a person really existed, he must be an idiot, whom one would shut up in a lunatic ward, rather than within the walls of the projectile.
Any member of the Massachusetts House of Reprehensibles who supports and votes for Speaker Robert DeLeo's idiotic proposal, as defined by the T&G, is, in fact, an idiot, and should be voted out of office, if only because they have no common sense, or any understanding of the real world.
Thing is, in jail he will probably be popular, it's an idiot being put in a building exclusively built for other idiots, so it's a match made in heaven.
The comedian has sent mates Warwick Davis and Karl Pilkington retracing Marco Polo's footsteps from Italy to China for a third series of An Idiot Abroad.
Summary: Karl Pilkington, along with Ricky Gervais and Warwick Davis, have been talking about the new series of An Idiot Abroad.
London, Mar 15( ANI ): Tennis star Andy Murray has admitted that he felt like an idiot after arguing with a female umpire at the Indian Wells.
Numerous writers and media commentators have dubbed him an idiot.
Straight from its debut on Sky 1, An Idiot Abroad ( http://www.
Heidi, 44 - who during the show branded Stephanie Beacham and Ivana Trump "dumb bitches" - went on: "Stephanie is an idiot, a real idiot.
People called me an idiot so many times that I thought let's change the meaning of the word.