He was just a smart crook, milking a lot of half-witted plebeians for all he could get out of them.
It was that half-witted lad then who had perished in the park.
On his way he captured and was going to hang as a spy a half-witted but ugly young Tory.
Now, it is entirely weak and half-witted to appeal to the future.
The cows and a pair of draught oxen were under his charge, and he lived there with his wife and a half-witted herdsman.
And Mart was always enraged at the sight of his half-witted son.
In this ragged, half-witted creature, fantastically dressed in coloured rags and tatters, Javis recognised one of his own race.
So unresponsive and dumb was he that they called him half-witted.
Rousing himself he laughed aloud and called to Koll the half-witted to pour the cups that he might name the toasts.
It is a half-witted creature, who serves me when I would attract the people.