Definition of slow-witted in English:

slow-witted

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adjective

Slow to understand, think, or learn; stupid: the slow-witted interviewer failed to pounce on his remarks
More example sentences
  • Should she confess that she did not understand a word said, she would be taken for a slow-witted nut.
  • A dunce, according to the dictionary, is "one who is slow-witted or stupid."
  • Should the clever and greedy be permitted to prey on the slow-witted and foolish?

Derivatives

slow-wittedness

noun

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