softhead


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soft·head

 (sôft′hĕd′, sŏft′-)
n.
A foolish person.

softhead

(ˈsɒftˌhɛd)
n
1. a half-witted or silly person
2. obsolete softness
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softhead

noun
One deficient in judgment and good sense:
Informal: dope, gander, goose.
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A debut exhibitor at Hardware+Tools Middle East 2016, Wiha is looking to make its first appearance a memorable one with a vast range of 3,500 premium tools, including screwdrivers, L-keys, bits, softhead hammers, pliers, measuring tools and articulated hoses.
Made from the same material as the popular Softhead lures, the Hoo Hooker is similar to the company's Little Hooker, but the skirt has a larger cavity to better accept the nose of a ballyhoo or other bait.
Thompson says that their trolled marlin spreads were softhead Moldcrafts with horse ballyhoo.