like a block of wood; stupid.
stupid or dull
noun, British. 1. a wholesale or retail establishment that stocks merchandise. noun 1. (commerce, Brit) a dealer who undertakes to maintain stocks of a specified product at or above a certain minimum in return for favourable buying terms granted by the manufacturer of the product
noun 1. a stock salesperson, especially one who sells or promotes worthless securities. 2. British. a stock-exchange operator who acts as an intermediary between brokers. noun 1. (Brit) (formerly) a wholesale dealer on a stock exchange who sold securities to brokers without transacting directly with the public Often shortened to jobber See also market maker […]
or stock book noun 1. a permanent record of the capital stock of a corporation, listing the names and addresses of the stockholders, the number of the shares owned, the serial numbers of their stock certificates, etc. 2. stores ledger.
adjective 1. having no stock, as an anchor.