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- adj. sluggish and obtuse of mind
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a thick skull; stupid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a thick or bushy head.
- Having a thick skull; dull; stupid; doltish.
- In Crustacea, pachycephalous; of or pertaining to the Pachycephala.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (used informally) stupid
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In the transient sport of professional baseball, where players are often drafted out of high school and nearly everyone changes teams at some point, the postseason offers fans a chance to enjoy a second pastime: laughing at all the thick-headed moves by other ballclubs that inadvertently gave your team the personnel it needed to prosper.
Some thick-headed white cop with a grudge might jail his ass on suspicion of being an illegal, no matter how much he would protest to the contrary.
March 8th, 2010 at 3: 12 pm linzloo08 brought to you by I Want My Country Back, Inc.!! says: jwest, are you proud to be this stupid/thick-headed?
Do you pride yourself on being so incredibly stupid and thick-headed?
Reality sure can be nasty and thick-headed sometimes.
I haven't said much about Mr. Daly, and I should, for he is equally adept in both shows, playing Mr. Collins with just the right amount of fatuous pomposity, then giving us a splendidly thick-headed Bottom.
But the antihistamines made me thick-headed and groggy in the morning.
The idea that creative risk must be limited to low or mid-priced movie-making where you can in fact lose loads of money while thick-headed reductionism rules the big-budget roost is in fact the very opposite of the truth.
I wandered round the house for days in a state of unsuppressed fury – not just with those thick-headed lumps and muppets who couldn't even control the ball or pass to each other, but with myself.
Moreover, if this is the case, that would mean that the tea-party participants are not being as thick-headed as the summary above had lead me to believe.
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