Definition of pinheaded in English:

pinheaded

Syllabification: pin·head·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈpinˌhedəd
 
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adjective

informal
Stupid; foolish.
More example sentences
  • As the endlessly sweet but slightly pinheaded stewardess-to-be Donna, She is yum-yum-yummy in a procession of miniskirts, bikinis, halter tops and other wardrobe choices that make the most of her lithe legginess.
  • As one particularly pinheaded TV critic put it, ‘Because of his primary contribution to the medium, he is likely to only be mourned by his family and colleagues.’
  • I'm a pinheaded businessperson so I'm waiting for the PowerPoint slides.

Derivatives

pinheadedness

noun
More example sentences
  • Trying to equate an animal's life as equal to a humans is just pinheadedness.
  • Dan clearly had a good time with the story, tongue firmly planted in cheek, and allowed Knight to expose his pinheadedness.

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