Definition of shockheaded in English:

shockheaded

Syllabification: shock·head·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈSHäkˌhedid
 
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adjective

  • Having thick, shaggy, and unkempt hair.
    More example sentences
    • In this sequel, he took off from a prologue featuring Byron and Mary Shelley discussing sequel possibilities before introducing the lonely creature's shock-headed bride.
    • At least as common are the Tibetans, the shock-headed long-coated little dogs which came to China during the Manchu dynasty as gifts from the grand lamas at Lhasa.’
    • Although now reduced to a shock-headed caricature, no one could ever dispute the musician's straight-ahead integrity and flair.

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