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Spell check of oaf

Correct spelling: oaf

Synonyms:
fathead, thug, boor, saphead, birdbrain, mug, gander, lump, palooka, donkey, chucklehead, dunce, yo-yo, ninnyhammer, hardhead, hammerhead, mutt, stupe, landsman, meatball, toughie, nincompoop, airhead, fool, goof, bungler, butter-fingers, clodpoll, lunkhead, blunder-head, hoodlum, mome, knucklehead, schlub, pinhead, dullard, gawk, clunk, noddy, turkey, dumbbell, golem, dummkopf, Neanderthal, glob, cuddy, bonehead, thickhead, imbecile, numskull, landlubber, dummy, strong-armer, swelling, nimrod, dip, fumbler, clot, prat, bubblehead, bumbler, blockhead, simpleton, prodigal, lug, yokel, schnook, ignoramus, pup, hood, puffiness, dodo, hulk, dolt, son of a gun, dim bulb, loggerhead, know-nothing, woodenhead, villain, dork, moron, clodhopper, lummox, nitwit, misogynist, dumbhead, ox, doofus, meathead, klutz, chowderhead, dimwit, botcher, ninny, goon, cad, cluck, natural, noodle, tough, clown, ratbag, deadhead, lamebrain, yahoo, stock, dunderhead, ability, clump, punk, half-wit, chunk, rogue, hunk, cretin, lubber, stumblebum, dum-dum, loon, nit, lout, clod, ball.

Antonyms:
intellectual, sharpie, Renaissance man, sage, intellect, brain, polymath, thinker, egghead, wizard, whiz, brainiac, genius.

Examples of usage:

1) She admired him a little for his conduct during their father's funeral; he was not such an oaf as she had thought- but she would bide her time. - "The Wooden Horse", Hugh Walpole.

2) " C'est moi, monsieur," said a great oaf, in wooden shoes and a blouse. - "The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete", Charles James Lever (1806-1872).

3) I scarce know what it can have been that moved me to act as I then did, for, in the truth, the manner of that rascal of a groom was little prepossessing, and his master, I doubted, could be little better that he left the fellow to hector it thus over that wretched tavern oaf. - "The Shame of Motley", Raphael Sabatini.

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