Insipient

In·sip'i·ent adjective [ Latin insipiens ; prefix in- not + sapiens wise.] Wanting wisdom; stupid; foolish. [ R.] Clarendon. -- noun An insipient person. [ R.] Fryth.
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Insipient

• (n.) An insipient person. • (a.) Wanting wisdom; stupid; foolish.
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insipient

insipient 1. Lacking wisdom; stupid; foolish. 2. An unwise or foolish person.
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