Definition of blockhead in English:

blockhead

Syllabification: block·head
Pronunciation: /ˈbläkˌhed
 
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noun

informal
A stupid person.
More example sentences
  • And then the stupid blockhead called Jessie something I never want to hear repeated again.
  • They're all designed by blockheads who hold the end-user in contempt for not being smart enough to build their own fax machine out of twine, a loose eyeglass lens and foil from cigarette packs.
  • It is worth remembering that the original Luddites of the early 19th century were not uneducated blockheads who didn't understand machines.

Derivatives

blockheaded

adjective
More example sentences
  • Of course, in practice, I think that the majority of weblogs I come across are awful - derivative, puerile, self-important, blockheaded, dull.
  • Hmm, that blockheaded boy must be somewhere outside smoking…
  • Well, you can start by apologizing to her for your blockheaded remark and tell her that you still love her.

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