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knucklehead

n. a stupid person. Oh, I feel like such a knucklehead!
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Such a knuckleheaded lack of sympathy virtually assures that the traffickers will walk flee, because the odds of getting a conviction are microscopically small after the star witnesses are deported or treated so callously that they will confide to nobody in uniform.
Beacons help in only certain situations, and they will not prevent people (wise and knuckleheaded alike) from getting into trouble in the mountains.
Brazen, vicious, coldly destructive, or tragic-comically knuckleheaded.
Wear it with a medallion and you are Kid Rock, all knuckleheaded peacockery; wear it a la 1970s Bruce Springsteen and you're rootsy Americana.
The woods are like a campus bar Thanksgiving week--lots of attractive does roaming around, and knuckleheaded bucks being ignored by them.
His great journalism in Esquire; his incredible gift of metaphor; his sure handedness when it came to writing about taboos, superstitions, and excrement; his knuckleheaded foray into the brave new world of women's lib.
The popular end gave us Les Dennis as a Luther Billis full of wisecracking humour and cuddly appeal, and a Nellie Forbush from EastEnders star Kim Medcalf who was ideal, dreamy and knuckleheaded, a fabulous mover.
While it's tempting to see a link between knuckleheaded ignorance like creationism and the general dumbing-down of American society, history doesn't teach us that the world laughs at America in pity and contempt for long at a stretch.
Fred is weighing on my mind because of a story that has received very little publicity here: In early December, some knuckleheaded police at Paris's Charles de Gaulle Airport planted a packet of plastic explosives in an innocent passenger's suitcase, "chosen at random.
I have, or I try to express, an inclusive world view, and for me the idea of that not including feminism is really knuckleheaded.
By Lind's account, Bush's religion also lurks behind his knuckleheaded foreign policy: "The figure with the greatest influence on [Bush's] Middle Eastern policy," he explains, "is a long dead English preacher, John Nelson Darby," champion of the idea that the end times require the Jews back in Israel.