fat-headed


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fat-headed

[ˈfætˌhedɪd] ADJimbécil
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Now, some of you undoubtedly will get fat-headed about Eugene's justifiable top ranking.
Unhealthy weight THIS is the new phrase which fat Liverpool school children, backed by fat-headed Liverpool city councillors, would like us to use instead of "obese".
Not that considerations like that can necessarily be relied upon to halt the politically-correct bandwagon in its fat-headed tracks.
20--ranges from satirical representations of King Louis-Philippe, depicted as a fat-headed pear, to images of the various types of women who defined 19th-century Parisian society.