knobhead


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knobhead

(ˈnɒbˌhɛd)
n
derogatory slang a stupid person
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My voice sounds M like Starsky's or those knobhead plods Whitfield and Davies - accusing, aggressive.
Noel played a similar prank on Rooney's former team-mate Gary Neville, signing his guitar with the words "Happy Birthday Knobhead.
I overheard one forceful woman declare: "I'm not calling him, he's a knobhead.
I need someone who worked on the latest Walker's Crisps ad to please confirm or deny its working title among the crew was Motorhead Meet Knobhead.
I thanked the crowd for a great gig and admittedly called him a knobhead.
My girlfriend loves being taxied around in my top-spec Golf GTI Turbo (it was impossible to write that sentence without sounding like a complete knobhead, but there it is) and that is a car which I could afford to buy only because of Retief Goosen's 2004 European Open triumph.
Noel says: "He was a knobhead and I still think he's a knobhead because his two sons are international, multi-millionaire recording artists and he still lives in a council house in Manchester and everybody hates him.
Neri, almost unique in the world of the DJ for not making himself seem even more ridiculous by gratuitously changing his name to Crazy Jazzy Zee or Prince Knobhead, must be wondering if it's worth it.
Er, my name's Dominic Knobhead from the University of Welwyn Garden City.
You can't win - either you're a knobhead for not doing stuff, or you bore people if they see your face every day.
Well, I used to walk funny and, to be quite honest, I was a bit of a knobhead - I wouldn't have liked me either.