bonehead

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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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The Jay Ward cartoons didn't earn their following through dazzling animation; their appeal rested largely on witty wordplay and mildly satirical absurdity, as well as Bullwinkle's amiable boneheadedness.
We start by asking the good sweet Lord to save us from the teacher's boneheadedness, which always draws a giggle, and then we sail into the lesson, which is always supposed to be about something or other but which without fail turns out to be about their ferocious curiosity and quiet fears and my overwhelming affection and respect for their fresh-baked minds and mostly honest hearts.
THIS week's prize for boneheadedness by a TV commentator was won with something to spare by Chris Waddle after Zinedine Zidane's dismissal for stamping on a Saudi opponent.
On our all-time list, that boneheadedness couldn't even break into the top 5.
Howard ``Buck'' McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, called the meeting ``bureacratic boneheadedness.
The first feature from English commercial-maker Guy Ritchie, ``Lock, Stock'' is a smart comedy about criminal boneheadedness.