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thick-skulled

Stupid, dimwitted, or obtuse. I was pretty thick-skulled going through high school, but when I started college—I decided to start taking my studies more seriously. Jen's new girlfriend is very nice, but she's pretty thick-skulled.

skulled

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. He’s too skulled to drive.
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That one were none's skulled infant, second sight of two's twained woes, and tangled toxic root, nearer to nothing, nameless, sequent blight, as two's black ruse slits mind a riven fruit.
In this film Tabu plays Rajeshwari, a smalltown bank cashier's wife and amma of a couple of kids ( bizarre how the character brings back ghosts of all those vacuum- skulled amma - types trying hard to make you laugh on primetime SAB TV comedies, but never mind).
It is pleasing to see Lewis subscribing to the view that this was (a) unnecessary and (b) numb skulled as he agreed with his coach, Warren Gatland, that a fifth region is exactly what the Welsh game requires.
These shots most often result in golfers' skulled shots, and the ball is often hit way too far or out of bounds.
He also said while in the woods he had skulled a bottle of vodka meaning he'd drunk it virtually in one and couldn't remember what he had done.
It rapidly became clear that at the other end of the line, Michael, who could have skulled 60 pints and be much more sober than our farming friend at Ballybrit, saw a few practical difficulties with this plan.
those thick skulled, crooked shanked, flat footed, long heeled, wooly headed gentlemen, don't seem fit for much else but slavery.
Later that afternoon I saw some of my fellow breakfasters sunning themselves in one of the beautiful fourteenth century Romanesque squares, still in their Ireland jerseys and absolutely skulled with the drink.