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boneheaded

Dumb, stupid, and/or obstinate. Looks like I'm pulling on a door that's clearly marked "push"—what a boneheaded thing to do!
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boneheaded

verb
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"Get well soon, bone headed frog + yr cough, sickly red eyes--such, in trees, has the devil had a hand on you?
John Bone headed in the opener for Seasiders in the first half.
Chevonne and her Sunderland College lecturer Katherine Bone headed for a Parliamentary reception at the House of Commons as part of National Adult Learners' Week.
Then my drag sung a tune often heard on the flats as the bone headed southeast toward the island of Hispaniola.
Then David Ross, who was pulling the strings for Clach broke down the right and laid on an easy chance which Alex Bone headed wide.
County stepped up their game and Alex Bone headed in a John Fraser cross in 34 minutes.
Arbroath took the lead through Colin McGlashan before Bone headed in a 29th-minute equaliser.
Michael Starkie pulled it level and it took a superb penalty save from Seasiders' goalkeeper Craig Towart just a minute later to keep them in it - and John Bone headed in the winner.
Colin McGlashan had fired Arbroath ahead early on but Albion battled back admirably and once Alex Bone headed the equaliser before the break there was a feeling it would be their day.