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  • n. stupidity


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thickheaded +‎ -ness


  • In his hurry and thickheadedness that morning, he had omitted all the usual routines.


  • Ertz was annoyed at his apparent thickheadedness and showed it.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided

  • From Alicublog, first quoting then analyzing Lee Harris' original paean to thickheadedness:

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • We usually call these things "griefing" and that was clearly *not* the case in this example of LL thickheadedness.

    Is Linden Lab hostile to art?

  • While thickheadedness, orneriness, and bad faith can be found in Orthodoxy—as they can be anywhere else—their incidence hardly suffices to explain why the Orthodox are disinclined to restore full communion with the Catholic Church.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Now we were five, crowded into the tiny office, filling out police forms and documenting my thickheadedness.

    The Dead House

  • Their thickheadedness irritated me, yet I could not sustain that irritation because by sending Goblin around, they had proven they wanted to understand.

    The Black Company

  • Let me offer a more benign explanation: thickheadedness - the inability to tell the difference between tax revenue and tax rates.

    Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

  • With such a high-profile bomb in the making, the explanations studio heads are offering for why it failed provides a quick lesson in the movie business 'unparalleled tendency toward thickheadedness.

  • The thing that bothers me most is that when Obama rails against Republican Obstructionism no one counters that the problem is really Democratic thickheadedness being stymied by


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