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If you weren't such a bonehead for doing what you start out to do, we could do something interesting.
QUINALICE HEGAN RICE
What the Americans call a bonehead became what the English call a hard-headed man.
WHAT I SAW IN AMERICAG. K. CHESTERTON
"Plenty of bonehead plays in those days as well as now," murmured Tom.
BERT WILSON ON THE GRIDIRONJ. W. DUFFIELD
So accept the complimentary comparison—if it fits—which maybe it doesn't, you egotistical bonehead.
THE PLANET STRAPPERSRAYMOND ZINKE GALLUN
There's no harm will come of it, but only good, if I'm not a bonehead from Bonetown.
PIPPIN; A WANDERING FLAMELAURA E. RICHARDS
And to think that he chose this moment to pull that bonehead play!
BASEBALL JOE, CAPTAIN OF THE TEAMLESTER CHADWICK
Don't pull any bonehead plays that'll get these people down on you.
THE PATHLESS TRAILARTHUR O. (ARTHUR OLNEY) FRIEL
“I certainly would be a timorous animal if I let myself be scared into flight by that big bonehead,” he said at last.
THE FORESTER'S DAUGHTERHAMLIN GARLAND
In those days almost anyone who was not a perfect bonehead could set up as a Wise Man and get away with it.
THE MAN UPSTAIRSP. G. WODEHOUSE
Scotty, under his breath, began heaping curses on himself as a bonehead, and tried to take it out on the wrench he was using.
FIGHTING BYNGA. STONE
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