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wrong-headedness

Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of wrongheadedness.

Etymologies

From wrong-headed + -ness (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I would have thought that to show one his/her "wrong-headedness" you would have to actually address what that person is saying.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • First off, I'm amazed by the wrong-headedness of some of the commentary about this; if you want fixed term parliaments, you simply have to decouple votes of confidence from dissolutions in more or less this way.

    So, that coalition then

  • That's where "wrong-headedness" comes to this issue for me. seandr

    An Alternative Approach to the Graffiti “Problem” « PubliCola

  • Some say this destructiveness is intended; most say it is inadvertent, an outgrowth of inexperience, ideological wrong-headedness and an oddly undefined character.

    Obama and the Burden of Exceptionalism

  • One example of such egregious establishment wrong-headedness that I cite in Londonistan is in fact one of the authors of this report, Robert Lambert.

    Censorship by intimidation

  • I would like to say that I am disappointed by this new round of sanctions leveled against Iran by Congress, but the sad fact is that I didn't expect anything less than the aggressive wrong-headedness displayed by our elected legislators last week.

    Iara Lee: Iran, We Hardly Know Ye

  • One's head reels pondering the wrong-headedness and scattershot efforts of all three.

    Pearl Korn: Dems, Progressive Activist Organizations and Unions?

  • But without ever talking about it, this film is yet another indictment of the futility, the hubris and the just plain wrong-headedness of the war on Iraq, a war that was started under false, perhaps even criminal, pretenses - and which has left thousands of soldiers in similar or worse shape.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: The Dry Land

  • But without ever talking about it, this film is yet another indictment of the futility, the hubris and the just plain wrong-headedness of the war on Iraq, a war that was started under false, perhaps even criminal, pretenses -- and which has left thousands of soldiers in similar or worse shape.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: The Dry Land

  • The point is, of the many attempts to evaluate and improve police performance the only thing that matches their conceptual wrong-headedness is their cack-handed implementation.

    Why aren’t we out catching murderers and rapists? « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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