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bigheaded

1. mod. conceited. What a bigheaded jerk!
2. mod. having a hangover. I feel sort of bigheaded. Too much beer, I guess.
References in classic literature ?
Of course, such tiny heads could not contain any great amount of brains, and the Whimsies were so ashamed of their personal appearance and lack of commonsense that they wore big heads made of pasteboard, which they fastened over their own little heads.
The man was refreshing himself inside, and the horses, their big heads lowered to the ground, fed out of nose-bags steadily.
None,' returned the Patriarch, shaking his big head with his utmost benevolence.
Passepartout saw, too, begging friars, long-robed pilgrims, and simple civilians, with their warped and jet-black hair, big heads, long busts, slender legs, short stature, and complexions varying from copper-colour to a dead white, but never yellow, like the Chinese, from whom the Japanese widely differ.
A big head in a child who's not meeting developmental milestones, or is losing milestones, is also a big red flag.
U560E42SznI) World Cup 2014: Big Head, the Loggerhead Turtle, Predicts Brazil Will Beat Croatia in Opening Game on Friday
Big Head Todd and the Monsters are showing some fight of their own.
I'm sure when Moore's tumor is diagnosed (he must have one--how else do you explain that big head of his?
We will first have to break the horn of the big head so that justice can be done," said Ahmadinejad, referring to US-led Western pressure over his country's disputed nuclear programme.
Asian big head carp are making officials in Wisconsin and Illinois a bit uneasy.
Having toured with NPN support, she was on the Highways bill, performing a provocative movement/theater work, Big Head, which investigated Asian hate crimes.
Anyway, methinks it won't be long before Richie is admitted to the Priory with that famous celebrity ailment, Big Head Syndrome.
Big Head Monster," one of the very few to come close to replicating the clammy chills of late-'90s Japanese pics like "The Ring.