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idiot

[′id·ē·ət]
(psychology)
A person afflicted with idiocy and requiring custodial or protective care.
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More importantly, he was an idiot for thinking he could change them.
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.
He justifies the word "idiotic" as being parliamentary, going on to clarify that when he says that somebody is doing something idiotic, he is not calling that person an idiot.
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.
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.
It doesn't do you any favours to be the smartest person in the room, because if you're surrounded by idiots and you point out that someone is an idiot, all the idiots look at you as though you are an idiot" - Comic actor Ricky Gervais (pictured).
Older teens will enjoy Jim's problems and relate to the kind of love that makes you an idiot.
The kid's an idiot, it comes from his upbringing, His parents are probably idiots too.