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25 examples of  moron  in sentences

25 examples of moron in sentences

You must think I'm a real moron!

It is to them, particularly when mental normality has progressed up to the eighth, tenth or twelfth year and stopped, that the term "moron" has been applied.

Their ante-pituitary insufficiency often coupled with a post-pituitary excess, and other instabilities and disequilibriums in the endocrine system, render them immature morons, compared with what might be expected of them for their years.

Included are all sorts of examples of feeble-mindedness varying from the moron to the imbecile and idiot, arrested brain life.

mimicry, aping (imitation) 19. moron, imbecile, idiot; fool &c 501; dumb animal; vegetable, brain dead.

[insulting terms for ignorant person:] (imbecility) 499 (folly) 501 moron, imbecile, idiot; fool, jerk, nincompoop, asshole [Vulg.].

" When I retailed that conversation to the Little Red Doctor, he snorted and said that Stepfather Time was one degree crazier than Willy Woolly and that I wasn't much better than a higher moron myself.

"You think I'm a moron."

But I'm a persistent moron."

[Illustration: ALONG THE HARBOR WALL Havana] The trocha across the island, from Jucaro on the south to Moron on the north, originally constructed during the Ten Years' War, was a line of blockhouses, connected by barbed wire tangles, along a railway.

One lovely moron.

Lucian Cary (A); 18Jan57; R184950. One lovely moron.

HOOTON, EARNEST ALBERT. Apes, men and morons.

PUTNAM'S (G. P.) SONS, INC. Apes, men and morons.

One lovely moron.

Lucian Cary (A); 18Jan57; R184950. One lovely moron.

HOOTON, EARNEST ALBERT. Apes, men and morons.

PUTNAM'S (G. P.) SONS, INC. Apes, men and morons.

It is almost hopeless to bring any system or order out of the chaos that prevails in the discussion of the insane, the defective, the moron, and the feeble-minded.

By far the largest part of the population of prisons is made up of the insane, feeble-minded, morons, defectives or victims of diseases that seriously influence conduct.

The growing belief that crime comes largely from the subnormal has created a more or less definite demand for the isolation of the moron before the commission of crime and for the sterilization of certain misfits, especially after conviction.

Still others of the same general character are: "A Gondola," "At St. Mark's," "Grand Canal," "Morning at Sea," etc. <b>MORON, THERESE CONCORDIA.</b> Born in Dresden, 1725; died in Rome, 1806.

Though he disapproved their conduct, Cortes declared he would not oppose them; on which they embarked, taking on board their provision of bread, vegetables, and oil for the voyage, and one of them named Moron sold a good horse to Juan Ruano, receiving its price in an assignment over some property in Cuba.

Moron in particular was most laughed at, as having lost his horse, which Ruano refused to return, referring to the assignment in Cuba for the agreed payment.

Adam is the mythical first ancestor of the Hebrews, but he died, [Greek: uper moron], and was not worshipped.