He snubbed her in public and made her feel an idiot.
The original script was written with the idiot box in mind.
Custer was an idiot and a brute and he deserved his fate.
I do not think anyone is an outright idiot.
Not every smart religious person is a 'babbling idiot.
Even idiot Bush has publicly accepted it, FFS!
She was an idiot to give up such a good job.
He was an idiot by birth.
If you call someone an idiot, you are showing that you think they are very stupid or have done something very stupid.
I knew I'd been an idiot to stay there...
You're an idiot!
Idiot means stupid.
...a bunch of idiot journalists waiting to ask me stupid questions.
In the past, people who had something wrong with their brains that made them seem less intelligent, or different from other people, were sometimes called idiots .
...the village idiot.
She always makes a mess of things; she is an idiot!
You are behaving like a perfect idiot.
1. a person of subnormal intelligence
Middle English (denoting a person of low intelligence): via Old French from Latin idiota 'ignorant person', from Greek idiōtēs 'private person, layman, ignorant person', from idios 'own, private'