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pin·head

 (pĭn′hĕd′)
n.
1. The head of a pin.
2. Something very small or insignificant.
3. Slang A stupid person; a dunce.

pin′head′ed adj.
pin′head′ed·ness n.
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pinheaded

(ˈpɪnˌhɛdɪd)
adj
informal stupid or silly
ˈpinˌheadedness n
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pin•head•ed

(ˈpɪnˌhɛd ɪd)

adj.
stupid or foolish.
[1860–65]
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