dufus

[doo-fuhs]
noun, plural dufuses.
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Main Entry:  dufus
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  an incompetent and stupid, though well-meaning, person; also called doofus
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dufus
see doofus.
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Example sentences
Phil is a horrible singer and why does he wear the silly looking cap on his head it makes him look dufus.
Ignoring his work is dufus, a travesty, and a tragedy in the making.
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