from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a head shaped like a bullet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A round head like a typical bullet; a person having such a head, and, figuratively, a pig-headed, obstinate person.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a head shaped like a bullet
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When you look up the definition of "bullethead" in the dictionary, there's a picture of Steven Seagal.
Museum which has been caught somewhere for the King, for yonder stiff wearer of a laurel crown, who throws his head back as though he would like to eat the Olympians and take the King for a luncheon into the bargain, is Straton, the denier of the gods, and the little man with the bullethead is the grammarian Zoilus. "
Larry Eugene North looks like a complete bullethead.
Anvilhead …. your name should be changed to bullethead.
How does that bullethead Eric Balfour keep getting work?
“Enter,” said Morton; and the round bullethead of Cuddie
He was square and efficient, with a solid bullethead and an insignificant, almost comical face.
As I went, the moon shot out a feeble ray, through some rift in the rolling clouds, and, looking back, I saw him standing where I had left him beneath the gibbet, still scratching his bullethead, and staring after me down the hill.
"And what wind is the Fifth wind?" he asked, scratching his bullethead, his child-like, widespread eyes smiling the question.
No more 'n a tough ole bullethead, an' no gret of a saint;