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airhead

A frivolous, dim-witted, useless, and/or unintelligent person. I can't believe I got paired with such an airhead for this assignment. He's not going to get any work done at all!

airhead

and airbrain
n. a stupid person. (Someone with air where there should be brains.) Some airbrain put mustard in the ketchup dispenser. Bart seems like such an airhead, but he’s all heart.

airheaded

mod. stupid; giddy. (A head full of air.) You are the most airheaded twit I have ever met!
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Address : Room No 190, Dy Cc,(Stores), Air Head Quarters Vayu Bhawan, Rafi Marg New Delhi-110106
Address : Jd Proc (Te Cell), Dte Pf Procurement, Air Head Quarters, Rafi Marg, New Delhi-110106.
Address : Room No 190, Dy Cc (S), Air Head Quarters Vayu Bhawan, New Delhi 110106
Address : Dte Of Procurement Air Head Quarters Vayu Bhawan Rafi Marg New Delhi 110 106.
The wind is set to come from the south-east, making western Scotland the hottest part of the UK as warm air heads north from the Mediterranean.
The Salendine Nook forecaster said: "Sunday was relatively warm again and today's showery rain will include some heavy bursts as cooler air heads south.
Putting Gatwick within 20 minutes of Heathrow should provide viable air hub options, removing the need for the third Heathrow runway and the extra 50 planes per hour flying in and out over West London, which the professional air heads apparently consider to be desirable.
BARNFIELD ON AIR heads the cast of Blue Square Derby stars being given final pre-Classic workouts at Wimbledon tonight.
ALL the fog has gone and yet we still get the air heads driving around with the fog lights on at the slightest hint of darkness.
Light; Tommy, who envisions his bowling pins as Iron City beers; and macho Ray, who "shows 'em what a man is -- drinking his Iron -- not a bunch of air heads sittin' around the beach.
This is why even ignorant air heads like Anne Robinson have, I'm afraid, to be taken seriously.