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knucklehead

n. a stupid person. Oh, I feel like such a knucklehead!
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As with an actual knucklehead, with time and patience, the rewards well exceed the effort.
Knucklehead Bend Market & Eatery may still be in its infancy, but the motorsports-themed convenience store in Indiana isn't showing any signs of slowing down.
You can stop driving like a knucklehead, and you'll help your car in the process.
The company is also making an equipment donation of 100 Knucklehead flashlights to local fire departments that are partnering with four of these races.
They even had gangster-style names like Too Fats Smith, Diamond Jim Shepherd, Frank the Tank, Machine Gun Shaw, Knucklehead Walker.
The one reporter who did get a fix on Sheinbein said something to the effect of, "You mean that knucklehead who tried to snatch a gun from some guy in Ramle a couple weeks ago?" And, yes, that was also Sheinbein: On his last furloughhufshahe arranged to meet a man in Ramle who was selling a used handgun online.
According to Matt, the Backpacker and the Knucklehead are the company's two most popular models, thanks in part to their all-around effectiveness.
I monitor my banking and credit activity daily simply to ensure 1 am not being taken advantage of by some knucklehead who steals from me and the folks who have extended me credit.
The Streamlight Knucklehead Spot helps shed light in emergency situations from blackouts to disasters.
2 Streamlight's Knucklehead LED light can deliver 200 lumens and has a 210-degreo articulating head that rotates 360 degrees.
"Why is this knucklehead parked in the bus lane?" Times Square handbag vendor Duane Jackson asked himself late one Saturday night in early May, 2010.
If a car is coming at you and the knucklehead starts swerving, spit on the windshield.
Film -- Knucklehead on OSN Box Office 3 every two hours Set in the exciting world of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), this story follows a low-rent con artist named Eddie Sullivan.
Pearman announced today the release of A Cookbook for a Knucklehead, Bachelor, New Graduate, Beginner and Other Spoiled Brats, published by Outskirts Press.
It could issue dumbbell or knucklehead alerts, something like "Hey, knucklehead, slow down!