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woolly-headed

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Definition of woolly-headed in English:

adjective

Vague or confused in character or expression: a woolly-headed idealist
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  • His slow, strongly accented speech, when he is speaking in English, adds to the woolly headed professor image.
  • This sort of woolly headed thinking that believes only left-leaning intellectuals know what's best for us belongs back in the Dark Ages.
  • That question sounds a bit woolly headed to me.

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