conehead

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conehead

1. A stupid person. Did you hear that guy's ridiculous question? Geez, what a conehead.
2. Someone who is very intelligent, but with very narrow interests. Smart as he is, I doubt he'll be able to help you change your tire—he's a real conehead.

conehead

1. n. a fool; an oaf. You can be pretty much of a conehead yourself sometimes, you know.
2. n. an intellectual; a pointy-head. They build fences around universities to keep the coneheads in.
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Australian food franchises are increasingly popular in Pakistan with Cone Heads and the Chocolate Room recently joining the well-established Gloria Jeans, she said.
Try those tied with tungsten cone heads to get down that bit deeper.
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One project was an extension of a previous project called Cone Heads (See SchoolArts, October 2005), focusing on the animals and traditional cultures within the various countries of Africa.
At some critical voltage, this force becomes greater than the surface tension, and a thin jet from the cone heads toward the negatively charged plate.
Bright green, with a spiky upturned ovipositor -- an incredible implement like a wasp's sting, but used to burrow in leaves and the earth to hide eggs safely -- it looked as though we had discovered a colony of short-winged cone heads (Who makes up these names?) or were they speckled bushcrickets?
Over the first 4 days, numerous does, fawns, and cone heads (immature bucks) came m.
At 8:05 a.m., four cone heads came running down a hill.
The four cone heads came in at 20 yards and lined up one by one to drink, as the bigger buck stood a few yards back, watching cautiously.
A sculpture project called Cone Heads fit the bill.
Our sculptures earned the name Cone Heads because the basis of the sculpture was a cardboard cone, the kind underneath a skein of yarn.