- n. The state or quality of having a particular type of head.
“This level-headedness is welcome in a book which deals with collective hot-headedness.”
“Bully-headedness is of course a trait that runs in the family.”
“The point is, of the many attempts to evaluate and improve police performance the only thing that matches their conceptual wrong-headedness is their cack-handed implementation.”
“Obama's cool-headedness is what American needs more now than McCain's "experience”
“I was wrong, this Liberal wrong headedness is a worldwide suicide note.”
“THERE are many poets who declare that they never use a rhyming dictionary; there may even be a few who really do deny themselves the aid of this admirable invention: but such pride or such pig-headedness is not for me.”
“One of the traits of our people and revolution is our level-headedness, which is what drives the”
“By its own pig headedness Haringey Council will lose one of the few reasons to visit the awful place.”
“I have to say Your blog is great, I only discovered it a few weeks ago after buying QTR (also awesome) … You reach out and help people mate, you gotta be proud of that … by reading this stuff I think I might actually be able to make my stubborn headedness work in my favour.”
“Its a reality that an Afrikaans accent is often associated with stupidity, bone-headedness and yes, racism.”
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