Definition of muttonhead in English:

muttonhead

Syllabification: mut·ton·head
Pronunciation: /ˈmətnˌhed
 
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noun

informal or dated
A dull or stupid person (often used as a general term of abuse).
More example sentences
  • Similarly, the muttonheads who specialise in breeding particularly vicious strains, such as pit bulls, deserve lobotomies.
  • Maggie had a great voice, and he boomed out, ‘You're not a muttonhead; you're an All-American muttonhead.’

Derivatives

muttonheaded

adjective
More example sentences
  • They are a greedy muttonheaded publisher and they think only one quarter's profit ahead.
  • You'd think he could take responsibility for his own goofy opinions instead of yanking me into it and claiming falsely that I endorse whatever muttonheaded thing he says.
  • As a follow up to my first post, and to defuse some of the righteous anger out there, I'd like to address the issue of those muttonheaded men in their driving machines.

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