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  • adjective comparative form of dumb: more dumb

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Examples

  • What make these clowns look even dumber is they have a copy of the bill and read it before they ask stupid question, and their concern is just not in the bill, they make it up.

    Republican senator hears health-care concerns back home

  • It's as if Mr Moore's didn't want his Everyman persona to look or sound too smart, a tactic that results only in dumber movies.

    GreenCine Daily: Cannes. Sicko.

  • I think the Matthew Yglesias of Shrum and dumber is right.

    Matthew Yglesias » Edwards, Shrum, and the War

  • I have to run but huge battles have been fought over the use of the word dumber just ask Ann Coulter.

    Jack Cashill's strange notion that Bill Ayers wrote "Dreams From My Father."

  • Olbermann was right when he called her dumber than a bag of rocks.

    Think Progress » MSNBC’s Rita Cosby:

  • They try to use public investors' so-called dumber money to finance deals from which their private partners can profit and avoid divulging information they want kept private.

    Doubts Gnawed At Doughty Hanson

  • Thilo Sarrazin- which used blunt, often harsh language to portray Muslim immigrants as welfare cases weakening German society and making it "dumber" - became a bestseller - although Merkel condemned its tone.

    USATODAY.com News

  • Last year, a book by former central bank board member Thilo Sarrazin - which used blunt, often harsh language to portray Muslim immigrants as welfare cases weakening German society and making it "dumber" - became a bestseller - although Merkel condemned its tone.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Last year, a book by former central bank board member Thilo Sarrazin - which used blunt, often harsh language to portray Muslim immigrants as welfare cases weakening German society and making it "dumber" - became a bestseller - although Merkel condemned its tone.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • February 12, 2008 - CSO - Timothy McKnight likes to say that he's doing his job if he's getting dumber -- in other words, if he's trusting his staff members to advise him and make tactical decisions, so that he can focus on the company's overall security strategy.

    CSO

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