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  • noun Plural form of featherhead.

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Examples

  • When you go to the fine featherheads website that the PETA article mentions, you are greeted with a video of carefree girls frolicking in a field eating cupcakes with their hair pinned in gravity-defying ways so you can see the feathers sprinkled throughout.

    Toni Nagy: Fatal Feathers

  • When you go to the fine featherheads website that the PETA article mentions, you are greeted with a video of carefree girls frolicking in a field eating cupcakes with their hair pinned in gravity-defying ways so you can see the feathers sprinkled throughout.

    Toni Nagy: Fatal Feathers

  • When you go to the fine featherheads website that the PETA article mentions, you are greeted with a video of carefree girls frolicking in a field eating cupcakes with their hair pinned in gravity-defying ways so you can see the feathers sprinkled throughout.

    Toni Nagy: Fatal Feathers

  • When you go to the fine featherheads website that the PETA article mentions, you are greeted with a video of carefree girls frolicking in a field eating cupcakes with their hair pinned in gravity-defying ways so you can see the feathers sprinkled throughout.

    Toni Nagy: Fatal Feathers

  • Fux viewers are such featherheads that goons like Hannity and kiktol play them like a banjo.

    Think Progress » Kristol: Iraq Chaos Shows That Insurgents Are ‘Worried,’ Recent News Is ‘Slightly Optimistic’

  • Overturning Roe would definitely energize prochoicers and wake up the young featherheads who think their rights are safe because they have always had them.

    Feministing: July 2005 Archives

  • He thought of using a helicopter, but his operations staff warned him that the air battle was not going as well as the featherheads in the PLAAF had told him to expect.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • We haven't turned into a race of featherheads, whatever you may be thinkin '.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • The spectacle of an elderly gentleman, side-whiskered, precise and grey, disguising himself with mufflers and a squash hat, and stalking with sombre fortitude the erratic wanderings of a pair of young featherheads, is one which mirth may be pleased to linger upon.

    Here are Ladies

  • She took an ironical view of almost any kind of courtship, and he could see she didn't wonder women were such featherheads, so long as, whatever brittle follies they cultivated, they could get men to come and sit on fences for them.

    The Bostonians, Vol. II (of II)

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