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bullethead

Syllabification: bul·let·head
Pronunciation: /ˈbo͝oləthed
 
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Definition of bullethead in English:

noun

derogatory
1A person’s head that is small and round.
1.1A person with a head that is small and round.
Example sentences
  • This bullethead. Listen, what did I expect, pulls me out of a restaurant in front of my fiancée?
1.2A stupid, self-important, or obstinate person.
Example sentences
  • Accordingly, it's kind of hard to contradict the bulletheads who want to round them up and kick them out.
  • It's the thing you bulletheads are always writing about over here.
  • The mod is currently on hold because of bullethead's problems with his internet.

Derivatives

bulletheaded

1
adjective
Example sentences
  • Last night it was all yuppie couples; bulletheaded boys in polo shirts and their bimbo girlfriends/spouses ignoring them and mooning over Liam all night.
  • It seems she's following up on a New Year's Eve one-night stand with the bulletheaded barber, which has left her smitten.

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