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- adj. Alternative spelling of softheaded.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Weak in intellect.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a soft or silly head; silly; stupid.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. foolish; totally unsound
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He is a doomed, condemned man and his sentence will not be commuted by soft-headed jailers.
Typically, this utopian marketplace analysis is put forth with side-bar attacks on paternalistic economic development gurus, soft-headed nonprofit executives and government paper-pushers.
Most of the OSS girls were “soft-headed dopes,” who, he wrote, “with their uncomprehending sex appeal and limited understandings, have almost no magnetism for me, except in a very surface fashion.”
Next thing you know Ross Douthat will criticize Harvard for churning out soft-headed but well-connected “elites” instead of rigorously trained scientists.
Some are also taking a soft-headed look, as if they were already demented beyond grappling with reality.
In the words of a famous WWII spy, "we can be high-minded without being soft-headed."
McLaren, however, has plenty of critics for his liberal evangelical views and some will find this politically as well as theologically soft-headed.
Writing in Britain's right wing Daily Telegraph newspaper Thursday morning, the commentator Damian Reece devised an ingenious equation to justify his assertion that the slick isn't as bad as you soft-headed Americans would have us believe.
Far from being "pie in the sky," "utopian" or "soft-headed," progressive values are the most precious, adaptive possessions of humanity -- and they have provided the moral foundation for the unfolding story of American democracy.
Far from being "pie in the sky,""utopian" or "soft-headed," progressive values are the most precious, adaptive possessions of humanity -- and they have provided the moral foundation for the unfolding story of American democracy.
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