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- adj. Dull; heavy; stupid; slow to learn.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a thick skull; hence, dull; heavy; stupid; slow to learn.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Dull; heavy; stupid; slow to learn.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (used informally) stupid
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Do you pride yourself on being absolutely ignorant and thick-skulled?
The result sometimes feels less like a machine than like an organic whole, a huge, thick-skulled, powerful animal moving with equal menace and grace through its element.
A simple “leave me alone” isn't enough with you thick-skulled imbeciles.
Jason interviewed me in a Tehran coffee shop, pretending to be a thick-skulled American.
Brian's best friend and partner in crime is Paulie, played by Ethan Hawke (Before Sunset, Gattaca), a thick-skulled thug with good-natured loyalty for Brian and narrow life ambitions.
"Revolt, you thick-skulled idiots" – Fritz the Cat
After all, if Charlotte weren't quite so thick-skulled, the book couldn't be marketed as a romance.
By contrast, Smallwood's narrative appears to be a model of thick-skulled narrative respectability.
Joseph, regarding the mendacious, sly, fat, slobby, gobby, loutish, greedy, thick-skulled incompetent (and this is just how his friends describe him) John Prescott, I do not think you would want to be in the same room as this individual.
It's difficult to live, my brother, among such thick-skulled blunderheads;