Noun(1) a person of subnormal intelligence
Adjective(1) having a mental age of three to seven years
(1) So, forward this to that imbecile Johnson and tell him to let go of drugs and start listening to the music he reviews instead of just hearing it.(2) Usually I was so depressed on that day that I could find it in myself to be sarcastic, which meant it wasn't worth the dealing with the imbecile morons that attended Tucker High.(3) He was surrounded by his imbecile friends and his girlfriend-of-the-day, Chloe, all of them just gossiping like the idiots they are.(4) And what kind of a moronic imbecile search engine would send them my blog as a result?(5) Rules and regulations take a backseat during this fortnight of imbecile fanaticism.(6) Between historical pessimism and imbecile revolution, there is a stretch of arid territory where the cartoonist retires to.(7) An imbecile habit has risen in modern controversy of saying that such and such a creed can be held in one age but cannot be held in another.(8) The genius (such as it is) resides in the system, not in a string of Ubermensch at the top gazing in horror at the imbecile masses.(9) Frustrated, and as always, completely unable to handle my own imperfections, I settled in with my mother's aged copy of Mastering The Art of French Cooking, only to learn that it is not me, but my imbecile American eggs at fault.(10) Yeah, Margot was an annoyance, a jealousy inducing pain, but she was way more appealing as a roomie than that imbecile counsellor.(11) Nevertheless, for the dissenters, the Eighteenth Century understanding of the Eighth Amendment - and the ancient idiot / imbecile distinction - pretty much settled the case.(12) Why not harness people's imbecile sense of patriotism for something useful?(13) That is all you need to know about the imbecile plot.(14) He even goes as far as to proclaim that we are foolish, imbeciles , insane and lunatics, if that what his term ├ö├ç├┐idiocy├ö├ç├û translates as.(15) Try ordering your chicken fingers now, imbeciles !(16) Such people, said the out-of-sight narrator, were known variously as idiots, imbeciles or the feeble-minded, and lumped in together with the genuinely intellectually handicapped.
(1) imbecile :: tåbe
1. idiotic ::
3. moron ::
4. cretin ::
5. idiot ::
6. retard ::
7. changeling ::
8. half-wit ::
1. brain ::
2. genius ::
Different Formsimbecile, imbeciles
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