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- noun An inept, foolish, or contemptible person.
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- noun vulgar, colloquial, coarse The
- noun vulgar, colloquial, pejorative, coarse A
jerk; a mean or rude person.
- noun vulgar, colloquial, pejorative, coarse A stupid or useless person.
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- noun insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous
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Some pregnant daughter of Fort Worth's richest dickhead is stolen away by her boyfriend.
They used the word dickhead on the radio, with impunity.
It seems that being a dickhead is a prerequisite for either of these groups.
I wait for the fax and the locksmith (from here on known as dickhead) is standing there.
Seriously, this is where the term 'dickhead' and 'pissface' comes from, these umicefs all over the world.
Although Lawrence is an expert on Victorian-era Literature, he is unable to cultivate meaningful relationships with his son (Ashton Holmes) and daughter (Ellen Page), and is universally known as a "dickhead" across campus.
Ch Von Heyl in the Oranges and Sardines podcast said the same when she wished for an arrogant "dickhead" out there a la Greenberg making some kind of pronouncements. just to bounce off of.
So, nobody gets to call anyone here a "dickhead" ever again.
[Author's note: The term "dickhead" is not a mere phatic utterance; it refers to men whose every word and deed is inflected with the need to prove their masculinity.]
In the red corner we have Cameron Reilly, about whom no journalist I have ever asked has ever had any other opinion than the word "dickhead".