from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A stupid, gauche person; a blockhead.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a stupid or clumsy person
- n. A coastal rockfish of California, Sebastodes chlorostictus.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A person with a large head; a numskull; a dunce.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A large or thick head; hence, a dunce; a numskull.
Sitcoms in the '90s used to use the expression "chucklehead."
I hope for a shot at a "chucklehead," a regional variant of the fox squirrel that is darkly furred and seriously oversized.
Now, I had no reason to be in Baltimore, to be Charlie Sheen's older brother to every chucklehead who crosses my path.
That would be nice, along with "I apologize for trashing the short fiction market without knowing what I was talking about and calling Scalzi the equivalent of a chucklehead" but I doubt we'll get it.
Since when has significant snowfall in Texas, Alabama and Mississippi ever been considered “just weather” by anyone here, chucklehead?
I understood Ebert's indignation when his syndication company replaced his show -- which was populated by other actual critics when Ebert could no longer appear -- with a pair of chucklehead posers, as if to say, "We're not critics but we play them on TV."
Sanford should be thankful there is a bigger chucklehead from South Carolina other him for the world to make fun of.
"Bring it on" I recall another not so bright chucklehead saying that.
When you give a chuckleheaded answer, you come across like a chucklehead.
When you give chuckleheaded answers, you come across like a chucklehead.