IDIOT


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AcronymDefinition
IDIOTIntrusion Detection In Our Time
IDIOTI do Ishq Only Tumse
IDIOTInstrumentation Digital On-Line Transcriber
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First, he spoke freely of his intention to start shortly for Liverpool and take ship for America; a resolution which cost his good mother some pain, for, after Jacob the idiot, there was not one of her sons to whom her heart clung more than to her youngest-born, David.
But an idiot with equivocal intentions and a pitchfork is as well worth flattering and cajoling as if he were Louis Napoleon.
In short, Barnaby being an idiot, and Grip a creature of mere brute instinct, it would be very hard to say what this gentleman was.
He's an idiot, the woman says,' observed the gentleman, shaking his head; 'I don't believe it.
I think I ought to tell you, Gavrila Ardalionovitch," said the prince, suddenly, "that though I once was so ill that I really was little better than an idiot, yet now I am almost recovered, and that, therefore, it is not altogether pleasant to be called an idiot to my face.
Wilfred Bohun stood rooted to the spot long enough to see the idiot go out into the sunshine, and even to see his dissolute brother hail him with a sort of avuncular jocularity.
No man but an idiot would pick up that little hammer if he could use a big hammer.
That boy would have blown his brains out, I believe, if some meddling idiot hadn't found him all that money at the last moment.
The law expressly forbids the attendance at such meetings of women, children, and idiots.
A FOOLISH Fellow who had been told that he was a great man believed it, and got himself appointed a Commissioner to the Interasylum Exposition of Preserved Idiots.
The suggestion of it was not mental but visual: the actual idiots.
It was a quarter well stocked with deformed, leering, unkempt and uncombed idiots, who held out hands or caps and begged piteously.