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  • n. Alternative spelling of headcase.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In entomology, that part of the integument of a pupa that covers the head.


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  • That's respectable for a rookie on a bad team, but after seeing him in person last night, I now think Cousins is even more of a head-case then I had originally thought.

    People watching with DeMarcus Cousins

  • See last season with Paula being stuck with Matt the head-case.

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  • He's been a complete head-case for the last 4 months.


  • It's looking more and more like most of the people who still have to deal with him are starting to realize what I've known for years - that he's an incompetent tantrum-throwing windbag head-case who leaves a wide trail of destruction in his wake.

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  • But, of course, the evidence also suggests that Pat Robertson is a delusional head-case.


  • I'm such a head-case, I am seriously in need of a brain-reading or something.

    29th December '05

  • If I see or hear another person mention head-case Williams in the same sentence with Barry Sanders or Jim Brown, my barbaric yawp will reverberate over the rooftops.

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  • “If you had leveled with me that day,” I said, “instead of acting like such a little head-case, none of this would be happening.”

    When Lightning Strikes

  • He was most solicitous about the welfare of the "head-case," and kept showering me with questions, such as: "Are you comfortable, Mac?"

    Through St. Dunstan's to Light

  • To this point, Spagnuolo and GM Billy Devaney have declined to enlist the services of head-case talents capable of upgrading the roster. Top News Headlines


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