knothead


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knothead

n. a stupid person. Don’t be such a knothead!
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They are a crucial prop in These are the Meditations of My Heart leading the protagonist, recently-separated from the Knothead, to find a new perspective to life; a cherished heirloom in recurring ruminations of a newspaper columnist; a useful aid for a father to compose a message from Santa Claus to his children; or even a trivia item found by a man waiting in a car for his girlfriend to finish a business meeting.
Usually the next day (the gauges) will perk back to life, or they may jump to life while I'm barreling down the road after some knothead running from a repo.
4, 5 or 6 shot load would rank pretty well centered up on the knothead home invader when delivered down the length of a hallway in the average home.
Such inner dividedness has torn apart most of the families in the novel, and has found its political parallel in the split between the right-wing Knothead Party and the New Left Party, its racial expression in the conflict between whites and black Bantus, and its religious analogue in the split within the Catholic Church between the American Catholic Church and the Dutch Schismatics.
KNOTHEAD, LINCHARD (lynchet), MERCHANT, NAKEDISH, ONWARDLY, PENUMBRA, QUADRINE, RAVISHED, SHIREMAN, THANEDOM, UNFARMED, VANISHED, WARBLING, X .
The Republican Party has become the Knothead Party," after changing its name from" the Christian Conservative Constitutional Party," he writes.
The Republicans and Democrats have reorganized as the Knothead and Left parties, but it hardly matters: "Don't tell me the U.