bonehead

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bonehead

One who is regarded as dumb, stupid, and/or obstinate. Is he really pulling a door that's clearly marked "push"? What a bonehead.

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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bonehead

1. n. a stupid or stubborn person. You are such a bonehead when it comes to buying cars.
2. and boneheaded mod. stupid; stubborn. Of all the boneheaded things to do! You are a bonehead jerk!

boneheaded

verb
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Kleopatra is composed mostly of iron and nickel (its "bone heads" may contain solid metal cores), so it reflects radio waves well enough to permit astronomers to construct relatively accurate 3D models.
BONE HEADS FREED Ross County striker Alex Bone will sign for Third Division outfit Peterhead until the end of the season.
There's a group of knochen geht voran (bone heads), all cooped up together in a haus.
I doubt whether the merest trace of irony would sink into their solid bone heads over the fact that, just one day before their TV interview with Martin Bashir, the papers were full of glowing reports about the countless success stories of immigrant Asians such as Bobby Dhillon and her brother Tej, who have built up a hotel chain worth pounds 30 million.
But the whole experience is geared towards being very "hands-on" and workshops show you how to weave, make jewellery from bone heads and carve stones.