Definition of Dullards

1. Noun. (plural of dullard) ¹



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Definition of Dullards

1. dullard [n] - See also: dullard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dullards

dulcoses
dulcour
dule
duledge
duledges
dules
dulia
dulias
dull
dull-minded
dull-witted
dull as dishwater
dull as ditchwater
dullard
dullardry
dullards (current term)
dulled
duller
dullest
dullhead
dullheads
dullier
dulliest
dulling
dullish
dullishly
dullness
dullnesses
dulls
dullsome

Literary usage of Dullards

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1. Child-Placing in Families: A Manual for Students and Social Workers by William Henry Slingerland (1918)
"dullards. Another class, not distinctly defined, is that of the backward or mentally feeble. ... dullards are normal in their mental powers ..."

2. European Schools: Or, What I Saw in the Schools of Germany, France, Austria by Louis Richard Klemm (1897)
"A. SEPARATE SCHOOL, FOR dullards. A. Object and Organization.—In such industrial centers as Elberfeld, Barmen, Cologne, Gladbach, Crefeld, Essen, ..."

3. Parents and Their Problems: Child Welfare in Home, School, Church and State by Mary Harmon Weeks, National Congress of Mothers (1914)
"Quintilian starts out by saying that nature never produces dullards. If we knew how to treat all children we should never have any stupid or feeble persons. ..."

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