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agent a law-enforcement or intelligence officer. [1/5 definitions]
Alice Marble U.S. tennis player who won the U.S. tennis championship singles titles four times (1936, 1938-40) prior to working as a spy for U.S. intelligence (b.1913--d.1990).
bestial like a beast, esp. in brutality or order of intelligence.
better (sometimes pl.) a person of superior rank, ability, intelligence, or breeding. [1/14 definitions]
blue-ribbon jury a jury specially selected for high intelligence, education, or other elite qualities.
brain the center of intelligence; mind. [2/4 definitions]
brainless without intelligence; stupid.
brainy (informal) of superior intelligence; clever.
brilliant wonderful or astonishing, esp. in displaying great talent or intelligence. [1/5 definitions]
brute driven or characterized by instinct rather than intelligence. [1/5 definitions]
CIA abbreviation of "Central Intelligence Agency," a U.S. agency of the federal government that oversees intelligence operations outside of the country.
common sense practical judgment based on experience or native intelligence, and not on education or training.
counterintelligence a program of a government or other organization to frustrate enemy espionage, intelligence gathering, and subversion.
crude deficient in skill, intelligence, culture, or the social graces. [1/7 definitions]
elint the gathering of information by use of electronic devices located on ships, airplanes, satellites, or the like (acronym for "electronic intelligence").
empty lacking in intelligence, knowledge, or creative thought; vacuous. [1/10 definitions]
empty-headed lacking intelligence or common sense; frivolous, silly, or scatterbrained.
genius someone who achieves a very high score on a standard intelligence test. [1/5 definitions]
idiocy the state of being an idiot; an intelligence level very far below normal. [1/2 definitions]
intelligence quotient a representation of mental age as determined by intelligence tests; IQ.
intelligence test any of several standardized tests designed to determine an individual's intelligence by his or her ability to solve certain problems.