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beef-head

A clumsy, cloddish person. Of course he broke the vase—that guy is such a beef-head.
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beef-head

n. an oaf; a meathead. Look you beef-head, lay off!
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The cut-to-order meat department includes a 16-foot coffin case of traditional ingredients like beef tripe, beef heads, hog's heads, pig's feet and goat meat.
Much of the credit for the performance of perishable products, Marshall notes, goes to the stores stocking an array of fruit and vegetables not found in a typical American supermarket and offering cuts of meat and such exotic items as beef heads.
The majority of sales still come from the self-service cases, however, and that is where whole--eyeballs and all--fresh lamb heads ($2.99 each) and frozen pig heads and beef heads (69 cents a pound) are merchandised.
Additionally, special types and cuts of meat are offered, including such exotic items as beef heads.