muddlehead

muddlehead

(ˈmʌdəlˌhɛd)
n
censorious a muddled, confused, or foolish person
References in classic literature ?
"And who has said a word about killing him, muddlehead?" replied Danglars.
"[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.
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.
NO OFFENCE was meant when the muddleheads at UCE omitted Christmas and Easter from the university's calendar.