Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A round head like a typical bullet; a person having such a head, and, figuratively, a pig-headed, obstinate person.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun a head shaped like a bullet.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a head shaped like a bullet

Etymologies

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Examples

  • When you look up the definition of "bullethead" in the dictionary, there's a picture of Steven Seagal.

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  • 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. "

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  • 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. "

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  • 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. "

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  • 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. "

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  • 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. "

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  • Larry Eugene North looks like a complete bullethead.

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  • Anvilhead …. your name should be changed to bullethead.

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  • How does that bullethead Eric Balfour keep getting work?

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  • “Enter,” said Morton; and the round bullethead of Cuddie

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