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nitwit Saltos de línea: nit¦wit
Pronunciación: /ˈnɪtwɪt/

Definición de nitwit en inglés:


A silly or foolish person (often as a general term of abuse): I want nothing to do with that bunch of nitwits!
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Then I found out I was just a sentimental schmuck like those flighty nitwits I've always pitied.
  • The eager anticipation of these voters tells me they did not stand in line for hours & hours, in pouring rain, to vote for an incompetent nitwit.
  • And he's making several generations of pro golfers look like nitwits.


Pronunciación: /ˈnɪtwɪtɪd/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • He was just positing the notion, tentatively, in a spirit of free and nitwitted inquiry.
  • But the site featured a poll Wednesday that was so egregiously nitwitted that it deserves comment.
  • Gone are the hammy chuckles and the nitwitted sidekicks.
Pronunciación: /ˈnɪtwɪtɪdnəs/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • You simply blurt out stories in a desperate attempt to divert attention from your own nitwittedness.
  • That is a sure sign of novice nitwittedness according to Miss Snark.
  • And popular cinema has obviously gone so far in the direction of nitwittedness that my ambition with ‘The Yards’ was to make a movie that straddled both.
Pronunciación: /nɪtˈwɪtəri/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Nitwittery within the Church is usually a watered down version of nitwittery in the culture.
  • Indeed, one of the trademarks of fringe nitwittery is a desire to make one's writing as complicated as possible (to create the illusion of importance).
  • You keep repeating the same nitwittery, and I keep telling you the same simple logical fact.


Early 20th century: apparently from nit1 + wit1.

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