That I can well believe," said Sancho at this, "for to come out with drolleries is not in everybody's line; and that Sancho your worship speaks of, gentle sir, must be some great scoundrel, dunderhead
, and thief, all in one; for I am the real Sancho Panza, and I have more drolleries than if it rained them; let your worship only try; come along with me for a year or so, and you will find they fall from me at every turn, and so rich and so plentiful that though mostly I don't know what I am saying I make everybody that hears me laugh.
If I used my own some of these dunderheads
would recognize it, and want to meddle in the affair.
On your father for sending his dunderhead
of a son to come and dirty such a nice school; your mother for giving birth to such a monstrosity as yourself; and on you for not having saluted when you saw a senior boy coming towards you, because nothing good could ever enter your head and he did not see what you were wasting the teachers' time for, by coming to school.
Or like a dunderhead
who obeys because no objection occurs to him.
Only a total dunderhead
would have failed to notice how the AR-3s just walked off and left those poor Altec speakers in the dust with those organ pedals.
Moreover, I think Schwarzenegger is, as his mother might have put it, a dunderhead
There is a school of thought, admittedly not a large one, but a school nonetheless, that argues that being classed as a complete dunderhead
in one's school years is an almost certain guarantee of great success later in life.
Jimmy and temptress Tracy end up kissing when Bernice's plan to humiliate the former porn star end up backfiring.
Here, the dunderhead
duo head off on a daffy adventure driven by the fact Harry (Daniels) needs a new kidney and the only donor might be a daughter (Rachel Melvin) he never knew he had.
Guest artist Kenneth Larson was a dunderhead
of an Albrecht, whose partnering in both acts was courtly and supportive despite the unreliable conducting of Niel DePonte.
Clearly the only reason the diminutive dunderhead
had been kept in the competition this long, he was finally grilled about his business proposition, into which he wanted His Lordship to sink PS250,000.
In Dad's Army, Arthur Lowe played Captain Mainwaring, a doddery dunderhead
of a banker.