He came out of a thicket and found himself face to face with the slow-witted bird.
He made the mistake of underestimating Mormon, thinking him slow-witted.
When Burr reached the Capital he at once called on that slow-witted diplomat and repeated his overtures.
Sir Francis, however, whatever may have been his other failings, was not slow-witted; and he had already taken his attitude.
But, dear me, how slow-witted I have been, and how nearly I have committed the blunder of my lifetime!
He dropped his head back, stared at the cornice, and said with the soft malignity of a clever person dealing with the slow-witted.
"For my part, friend Pinedo, it seems to me that a man too should have a good figure," said slow-witted Seora de Caldern.
Not merely for a person wanting in intelligence, or slow-witted, but for a downright fool.
Death, like Life, had been a quite incomprehensible puzzle to that slow-witted one who had no name.
Jonas was slow-witted and reserved, while alertness and frankness were among Keith's most characteristic traits.