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- adj. silly, foolish
- adj. unintelligent
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- adj. lacking seriousness; given to frivolity; scatterbrained; stupid; simple-minded. Contrasted with
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- adj. lacking seriousness; given to frivolity
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Comments: "Porn defines all women in terms of sex" sounds like exactly the kind of airheaded nonsense you normally make a point of skewering.
Would it be too much to ask for someone -- perhaps one of his New York Times colleagues -- to give famously airheaded columnist Thomas Friedman a bit ...
Break the gridlock and let the talking heads on tv invite on every airheaded rightwinger they can round up.
Not only that, but millions of Americans voted for a senile warmonger and an airheaded beauty queen.
Finn is a goofy, airheaded and sincere football jock.
And I will forever question the fact that McCain chose such an out and out airheaded nobody to be his running mate.
Tina indicated back in 2008 it's not a character she is keen on reviving, I think it's probably a bit embarassing for her to play an airheaded bimbo. djb
Just as the faithful but airheaded movie adaptation didn't detract from the power of the comic, mis-guided sequels won't either.
The political calculus is that Palin is hilariously unelectable, especially given the outstanding contrast between the president's seriousness and legislative accomplishments and Palin's awkwardly-cadenced screeching, her dissonant incomprehensible populist word salads and unserious, airheaded public flailings.
Airheaded hos are airheaded hos whether they wear sundresses or sorority sweatshirts.