Synonym: fool, half-wit, idiot, moron, simpleton. Similar words: timber, limber up, facile, limb, akimbo, become, because, pencil. Meaning: ['ɪmbɪsəl /-sɪːl] n. a person of subnormal intelligence. adj. having a mental age of three to seven years.
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1. What an imbecile that boy is!
2. It was an imbecile thing to do.
3. She looked at me with an imbecile grin.
4. For two years that imbecile threw his money away like this.
5. And then, me playing an imbecile and looking like one, and she said I'd never be the same again.
6. All they want is an imbecile to follow them around-a pull toy.
7. He was imbecile to sign a contract with them.
8. Have you noticed that the imbecile always smiles?
9. The pompous high-placed imbecile mouthing his platitudes.
10. Forrest Gump an IQ of only 75 imbecile.
11. Psychology The state or condition of being an imbecile; moderate or severe mental retardation.
12. She thought that only an imbecile would keep at something that doomed to be a failure.
13. He was an imbecile to sign a contract with them.
14. Did you ever see anything so imbecile as her mother?
15. Perhaps it was born defective, or perhaps imbecile through fear, malnutrition, and neglect.
16. One might have laughed at the farcical, imbecile measures that were taken to relieve it.
17. He looked at me as if I was a total imbecile.
18. As he is about to bury the gold coins, his imbecile brother Jacob appears, pitchfork in hand.
19. Despite appearances to the contrary, he had to presume that Gordon was not a total imbecile.
20. Man is a clever animal who behaves like an imbecile. Albert Schweitzer
21. She'd been incarcerated for thirty years or so, poor imbecile.
22. If he hadn't adored her he would have treated her as a credulous imbecile.
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23. But the hard-headed Dad (an able Gary Lewis), who steadfastly refuses to cross the picket lines, all too quickly caves in to Billy's "bally" dream, turning into a blubbering imbecile in the process.
24. I told you to act like a drunk vagrant imbecile.
25. By the way go easy with that money like a good young imbecile.
26. I've very good mind to shake you severely, for your contemptible treachery, and your imbecile conceit.
27. He is not a bad fellow, though an absolute imbecile in his profession.
28. If I was once to sit down under it, I should become imbecile.
29. In some respects she was a little bit of a imbecile, in that nothing was sacred.
30. "When you come in after work, you can swear at them and call them bastard or imbecile, " said client Antonio Ossa, who said the promotion seemed like a good idea to him.
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