- n. Plural form of blockhead.
“Under the circumstances, recruiting blockheads is good politics.”
“But what will get the attention of the administrative blockheads is the sound of dollars being siphoned off for vouchers or other alternatives.”
“Then let me tell you, that you are missing the very logic of all I have been saying for the improvement of blockheads, which is -- that you should consult any man _but_ a medical man, since no other man has any obstinate prejudice of professional timidity.”
“This week the New York Times published an article by Michael Chabon arguing that many Jews are 'blockheads' and notions of Jewish intelligence are highly overrated.”
“What kind of blockheads are these to whom I gave dominion over the animals?”
“St. Nicholas the Blockhead" is so called because in this quarter dwelt the imperial hatmakers, who prepared "blockheads" for shaping their wares.”
“When a law was proposed in The US Congress to have all mileage and speed limit signs on all federal highways read in both miles and kilometers, a bunch of blockheads in the Congress raised hell about it, and claimed it was trying to institute the metric system through the back door, and that would mean the end of civilization as we knew it.”
“They also have a board out advertising $5 pina coladas to compete with blockheads.”
“Over there three blockheads tore the country apart.”
“The tale of the three blockheads was told and retold around kitchen tables, and not just by extreme nationalists or communists.”
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