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  • n. Plural form of dullard.


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  • At meetings with wealthy, titled dullards, when Adeline pressed him forward yet again and he was required to smile and perform convivially like a trained hound, he had nursed to himself the secret knowledge that he was also bringing to life the magical world of Elizas tales.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • And that core of people are then clearly identified as the kind of dullards you can sell magic beans and special rocks to.

    CNN Poll: Favorable view of Palin dipping

  • He has been keeping me entertained with his views on the other members of the European Parliament ( "dullards") why the British press should cover the European Parliament more ( "so that people can find out the truth") and how much he loves Strasbourg (the place, not the Parliament).

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • * The most fun kind of dullards, in fact: the kind that tragically think that they’re actually quite stylish and edgy.

    Aim to misbehave. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • Shafer continues: "Better to assign a team of lively-but-conflicted writers to review a slew of rotten books than a gang of dullards to the most deserving releases of the season."

    Book Reviewing

  • This just shows that the folks involved were dullards, suitable for routine work but tempermentally unqualified to lead or make decisions.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “That’s Only Air Escaping the Body”

  • Can't wait to see the signs these anti-intellectual dullards come up with: "Tea Partiers Untie!"

    Tea Party movement attempts to unite?

  • As an example, the keen-to-get-on end-users may be thwarted by dullards in the IT department.

    Why McKinsey’s Cloud Report Missed the Mark

  • Say what you want about those dullards, they usually observe the rudiments of English grammar better than most self-appointed experts in the techno-blogosphere.

    Newspapers: Dumb, Fat & Lazy?

  • And as you mock the bloggers and the grammatical mistakes on this blog, but you muddle the argument yourself — the dullards as you call it are not subject of my ridicule here.

    Newspapers: Dumb, Fat & Lazy?


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