thick as a brick

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thick as a brick (not comparable)

  1. (simile) Very stupid; slow to learn or understand.
    • 1972, Ian Anderson (lyrics), “Thick As A Brick”, performed by Jethro Tull:
      So you ride yourselves over the fields
      And you make all your animal deals
      And your wise men don't know how it feels
      To be thick as a brick.

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