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  • n. Plural form of thickhead.

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Examples

  • However, as it gets to the lower level, there are numerous employees, not mentioned by name, but include occasional thickheads, sent in to ‘oversee operations’.

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  • The blog provincialism went on as a method of self-expression, a heap of semi-literates and simple thickheads, who went on spitting as far as they could, appeared.

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  • “Is there nothing for it but to cringe and submit to thickheads like Matifat and Camusot, as actresses bow down to journalists, and we ourselves to the booksellers?”

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  • I wonder if the thickheads would get it, even then?

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  • ‘My sister and I were thickheads, but my two brothers (I’m the middle one) liked those things, and, of course, Mother was clever enough for any six.

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  • The rest of us went out to show a couple of classy boys from a big prep school how to register and find a room, and pick out textbooks; and incidentally how to distinguish a crowd of magnificent young student leaders from eleven wrangling bunches of miscellaneous thickheads, who wouldn't like anything better than to rope in a couple of good men to teach them the ways of the world.

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  • No one is arguing with you tbaggers that radical Islamic fundamentalist jihadists, whatever, are behind a LOT of attacks against the U.S. and other western-leaning countries, many in Europe, but what you thickheads don't want to admit is that some of your very own sympathizers are just as harmful to this Country as these crazy Islamic terrorists.

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  • Perhaps the most entertaining are the groups of thickheads I like to call Stupid Criminals.

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  • There are bound to be thickheads who will wonder why some of it doesn’t make sense, and others who will search for hidden meanings.

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  • 'we'll found a branch of the Union in Wanley; I mean, in our particular circle of thickheads.

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