Definitions

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  • adjective slang, medicine Having a head that is unusually tapered or small.
  • adjective slang Foolish; ignorant.

Etymologies

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pin +‎ headed; compare pinhead.

Examples

  • I hate fags, atheists, muslims, illegal aliens, anti-American malcontents such as pinheaded communist professors (that's to say, 97. 6\% of them, including you), etc ....

    Planet Atheism

  • Props to Damien and Mr Flinthart for their small, quiet war against pinheaded goonery.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » A bit of beach reading from Murph.

  • How do we get it through your thick skulls so you can actually retain it in that little pinheaded pointy bit?

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • How do we get it through your thick skulls so you can actually retain it in that little pinheaded pointy bit?

    An Open Letter to Jan Moir

  • You cleary have too much free time on your hands for pinheaded questions and answers.

    Has Clinton been sidelined?

  • He looked at her back to front and head to toes, sniffing at her carefully with his brontosaurus nose and making a rumbling noise nobody knows how dinosaurs sound, but in my story they rumble and slowly nodding, nodding his pinheaded head.

    Lulu and the Brontosaurus

  • He looked at her back to front and head to toes, sniffing at her carefully with his brontosaurus nose and making a rumbling noise nobody knows how dinosaurs sound, but in my story they rumble and slowly nodding, nodding his pinheaded head.

    Lulu and the Brontosaurus

  • It's pinheaded racist like you that validate the fact that "uneducated" fools support Clinton.

    Clinton supporter: Race causing 'negative dividends'

  • And so, what was shaping up to be another pinheaded E! show … well, it remained another pinheaded E! show.

    Jonathan Bernstein's aerial view of American TV

  • Except it was a pinheaded E! show that had no choice but to acknowledge the elephant in the room.

    Jonathan Bernstein's aerial view of American TV

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