soft in the head

soft in the head

Fig. stupid; witless. George is just soft in the head. He'll never get away with his little plan. You're soft in the head if you think I'll go along with that.
See also: head, soft

soft in the head

  (informal)
stupid or crazy I can't change my mind now, she'll think I've gone soft in the head.
See be an easy touch
See also: head, soft

soft in the head

Mentally deficient; also, silly, foolish. For example, He's nice enough but a bit soft in the head. The soft in this idiom, first recorded in 1775, alludes to a weakness in mental capacity.
See also: head, soft

soft in the head

mod. stupid; witless. George is just soft in the head. He’ll never get away with his little plan.
See also: head, soft