- Informal. a person who is notably stupid or lacking in good judgment: I wonder why they elected that narrow-minded moron to Congress.
- Psychology. a person of borderline intelligence in a former and discarded classification of intellectual disability, having an intelligence quotient of 50 to 69.
- Half the people around me are morons, half of them are sex-crazed, and half sold out for status.
- Now I feel like a total moron and can't believe how badly I screwed up.
- The subtext of many smart tech pitches is that you’d be a moron not to buy this.
- A total moron who screws up even with inherited wealth, while blustering through life knowing nothing.
- Then leaving ashore the sergeant-major, Juan de Moron, in command, he returned to his ship to have it moored and set in order.
- Moron val, who looked on, shrugged his shoulders, with a glance at his wife.
- The numerous streams which cross the stony pathway all flow to the south, uniting their waters with the Salado de Moron.
- Moron and Bagac on the opposite coast each report more than a hundred.
- Moron, who was a native of Vaimo, had a small horse which was pretty well trained.