bullet-headed


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bullet-headed

adj
with a head shaped like a bullet
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bullet-headed - obstinate and stupid
obstinate, stubborn, unregenerate - tenaciously unwilling or marked by tenacious unwillingness to yield
2.bullet-headed - having a small round head
brachycephalic, brachycranial, brachycranic - having a short broad head with a cephalic index of over 80
References in classic literature ?
He was pushed from the block;--the short, bullet-headed man seizing him roughly by the shoulder, pushed him to one side, saying, in a harsh voice, "Stand there, you
It lies now between an aristocratic old citizen and our bullet-headed acquaintance.
Homer (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) has morphed from his familiar pudgy self into a real hard-body: a square-shaped, bullet-headed Lego man.
STRAIN Owen and Gary are about to snap The pressure of being dictated to by this bullet-headed bully is now making Gary have panic attacks and Owen finally snaps and decides to hit Phelan where it hurts.
STRAIN Owen, Gary and boss Phelan The pressure of being dictated to by this bullet-headed bully is now making Gary have panic attacks and Owen finally snaps and decides to hit Phelan where it hurts.
The bullet-headed actor turned investigator is travelling to Papua New Guinea, Northern Ireland, Lebanon, Las Vegas and Rio de Janeiro.
Dark glasses, trilby and suit, lithe figure, bullet-headed, muscular arms, lantern--jawed, aquiline profile, voice booming around the club.
But with five seconds of normal time remaining in the half, Boro were caught napping at the back when Williams bullet-headed home Chris Waddle's free-kick and enraged the home fans with his wild celebration.
Bullet-headed men, halfwits in baseball caps and young girls worse the wear for drink are not a pretty sight.
The MC is MC: Matt Chapman, bullet-headed, head apparently greased to encourage punches - it can only be a matter of time - to slide off while racing's new showman balances precariously, but entertainingly, on the line that separates boldness from offence, teasing from insult.
Fans themselves will have to decide whether it is a worry or not that, following Titus Bramble's bullet-headed winner in the 71st minute, United's last four goals have all come from set-pieces.
One of the outstanding performances in Part 1 is from John Douglas Thompson, a black bullet-headed Hotspur who seems to blend the abrasiveness of the hood with Northern English bloody mindedness to compelling and exilharating effect.