muddlehead

muddlehead

(ˈmʌdəlˌhɛd)
n
censorious a muddled, confused, or foolish person
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a] gross perversion by muddlehead and prejudiced men.
Yet, he is not completely admirable; Ibsen himself referred to Stockmann as a muddlehead, an innocent, absent-minded professor type, uncomfortable and shy in public yet lavishly hospitable and extravagant with his own resources.
Instead, she sends out muddleheads like Whinging Josh Willie and Michelle OByrne to criticise, but without offering any solutions of their own.
Politics is too important to be left to pie-in-the-sky muddleheads.
Contains: Mouse Woman and the Mischief-Makers, Mouse Woman and the Muddleheads and Mouse Woman and the Vanished Princesses.
The trouble with the whole of the Capital of Culture set-up is that it was based on a misconception and has been carried on by muddleheads, apart from the fact that it seems to operate as a secret society with no-one being given proper information.