from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Stupid; doltish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a small round head
- adj. obstinate and stupid
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As Mike, the muscle for meth kingpin Gustavo Fring Giancarlo Esposito, the bullet-headed character actor makes sequences like Sunday's heart-stopping opener — in which he blasted his way out of an ambush, then calmly bent his nearly blown-off ear back into place — look like a walk in the proverbial park.
Embassy in Almaty, Kazakhstan, he met with a tall, bullet-headed man he knew only as Col. Korbator.
The film draws on the book of the same name by Valerie Plame, who was in the CIA but is not a bullet-headed, square-jawed man.
The bullet-headed Bendis was described in the introduction as "the go-to guy for blowing things up and starting all over again" and "probably the most popular writer working in comics today."
That pathology the liberal author defined as “bullet-headed, patriotic incuriosity.”
Kerik bogarted about town as Rudy's “wingman”, covering for his peccadilloes, and racking up his own share while swaggering in bullet-headed glory as a brass-knuckled thug-cum-copper.
Chaffey in 1899 was a stout, bullet-headed man of fifty-one who reigned as the leading irrigationist in America, a man with an almost mystical ability to find water under the most parched terrain and to put it to profitable use.
His chief of section, a short, bullet-headed former FBI man, said his specialist services were needed.
Some bullet-headed Prussian students were busy with a racial theory concerning their Aryan origin.
If the Republicans hope to put another bullet-headed, lying, corrupt, partisan son-of-a-bitch in the White House, they need to get on the stick -- pronto.