dolt|ish


dolt|ish
dolt|ish «DOHL tihsh», adjective.
like a dolt; dull and stupid: »

a doltish clown.

SYNONYM(S): foolish, thick-headed, senseless.
dolt´ish|ly, adverb.
dolt´ish|ness, noun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • dolt´ish|ly — dolt|ish «DOHL tihsh», adjective. like a dolt; dull and stupid: »a doltish clown. SYNONYM(S): foolish, thick headed, senseless. –dolt´ish|ly, adverb. –dolt´ish|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • dolt´ish|ness — dolt|ish «DOHL tihsh», adjective. like a dolt; dull and stupid: »a doltish clown. SYNONYM(S): foolish, thick headed, senseless. –dolt´ish|ly, adverb. –dolt´ish|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

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