Dunder-headed

Related to Dunder-headed: dolt

Dun´der-head`ed


a.1.Thick-headed; stupid.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Much nearer sixty years of age than fifty, with a flowing outline of stomach, and horizontal creases in his waistcoat; reputed to be rich; voting at elections in the strictly respectable interest; morally satisfied that nothing but he himself has grown since he was a baby; how can dunder-headed Mr.
"And I couldn't be a match for the noodles, without being a match for your master, who's the dunder-headed king of the noodles.
Kind of enough to ensure their kids turn out divinely double-barrelled (however dunder-headed) to stay firmly on top.
But now, I learn from The Times, that I am not simply a dunder-headed lunatic as there are good scientific reasons underpinning my idiocy.
Sunderland appealed Sessegnon's borderline dismissal but there will be no attempt to overturn Gardner's, which was as deserved as it was dunder-headed.
It's taken a full six years for the reappearance of Rob Schneider's utterly incongruous, dunder-headed stud from "Deuce Bigalow." Male Gigolo," so references to the previous pic hardly strike a chord.