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also long-head·ed  (lông′hĕd′ĭd, lŏng′-)
1. Anthropology Dolichocephalic.
2. Foresighted; wise.
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The protohistoric Japanese population was longheaded, with a broad face and strong prognathism.
"The figure seated on a large boulder at the foot of a round tower was that of a broadshouldered deepchested stronglimbed frankeyed redhaired freely freckled shaggybearded wide-mouthed largenosed longheaded deepvoiced barekneed brawnyhanded hairylegged ruddyfaced sinewyarmed hero," read Ken Happe of Worcester, whose "to-mah-to" pronunciations and ability to project were well-suited to the subject and circumstances.
(122.) See Fein, supra note 7, at 48 ("Supreme Court confidentiality, at least for a decent interval, is vital to the unconstrained intramural debate that fathers longheaded decisions.