Definición de wooden-head en inglés:


Saltos de línea: wooden-head


A stupid person.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The wooden-heads in question must have known what was happening unless they also ‘get the hell out of it’ for that week.
  • It is epitomized in a historian's statement about Philip II of Spain, the surpassing wooden-head of all sovereigns: ‘No experience of the failure of his policy could shake his belief in its essential excellence.’



Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Paul Winchell was a pioneer of early television, appearing on hundreds of shows with his wooden-headed friends, Jerry Mahoney and Knucklehead Smiff.
  • Certain wooden-headed elements of the left will, of course, continue to assert that little, if anything, new has happened as a result of this election.
  • I blame City Hall, whose wooden-headed staff some years ago conceived the idea of moving Songkran day from its traditional date, and fitting it in with their own, purely local ‘Pattaya Festival’.


Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I remember one incident in which a young student was displaying astonishing wooden-headedness.
  • But all this matters little, if wooden-headedness continues to prevail with respect to the president.
  • This is just one prime example of how wooden-headedness is present and the more books one reads the more examples can be uncovered.

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