Doltish [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Doltish:

They enjoyed the situation, as the commercial traveller could see from their doltish looks.

She almost touched him, but though his spirit recoiled, the doltish flesh would not be moved.

I looked at his furtive eyes and brutal, doltish face, but he kept them blank as a wall.

I verily believe, said the elder, that you would willingly be among those doltish screamers on the shore yonder.

I felt very doltish and unready as I followed him to the drawing-room.

"Thou art growing less doltish and more shrewd every day, Sancho," said Don Quixote.

He soon proved a heavy clog upon the little party, being doltish and taciturn, lazy in the extreme, and a huge feeder.

The St. Aliquis villeins seem doltish and dirty enough, but they are nothing to those existing in Flanders.

Such air as these Germans had was a blackguard air of doltish ugliness—dull, gross, incurable.

Feverish irritability, a constant absorption in thought, made Calyste almost doltish.