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bullet-headed

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Definition of bullet-headed in English:

adjective

derogatory
Having a small, round head.
Example sentences
  • Queens were my team and Billy Houliston was my favourite player - an old-fashioned, bullet-headed, barge-the-goalie centre-forward.
  • Fat away-shirted slobs accompanied by that sort of husband that has a tattoo on his left calf and three bullet-headed children with imitation firearms.
  • ‘I'm broadcasting in five minutes,’ an increasingly frantic Carson told the bullet-headed man in security.

Derivatives

bullet head

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Jesper Gronkjaer had curled a cross from the right and the danger looked to have passed when the ball was met by the imposing presence of Jaap Stam's bullet head.
  • Not the least of those problems was his bullet head which regularly made contact with Young's features.
  • I recognized him right away even from a distance - his bullet head, his constant roving back and forth, hunting.

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