Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like a dunderhead or dunce.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Thick-headed; stupid.
“It's either a brilliant PR move or (most likely) yet another dunder-headed, uncoodinated gaffe.”
“UPDATE: Now featuring hilarious commentary from Poppy Z. Brite, Nick Mamatas, Jack Haringa and others, as well as a floundering, dunder-headed appearance by the ‘publisher’ in question, SNM Horror Magazine (never have I seen someone dig themselves so deep).”
“She was getting bad advice-The same kind of dunder-headed advice that lost for Gore and for Kerry.”
“Nine of us had not the smallest doubt about those passages, neither, I believe, had any one in the Court; the dunder-headed triumvirate, having no idea but obstruction, disputed them for that very reason.”
“Let's send this to as many people as we can so that the Gloria Aldredsand other dunder-headed attorneys along with Federal Justices that want to thwart common sense, feel doubly ashamed of themselves - if they have any such sense.”
“They had but played their respective social parts, and accepted the gifts that the gods provided; while I-- dunder-headed dolt that I was -- had conducted myself worse than a budding school-boy who had but just donned swallow-tails, and made his first entry into society!”
“There you are, you stupid-looking, good for nothing, dunder-headed, Italian idiot you.”
“There are some terrible dunder-headed beings in this world of ours.”
“The most dunder-headed trout of the pool, at sight of a silvery bait racing apparently for dear life half out of water, yet never advancing, must metaphorically place its forefinger along its snout, and with a leery wink sheer off into the deep.”
“I thought of that, too," said Amy, "but this dunder-headed Turk won't stand for even that.”
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