dunderhead

[ duhn-der-hed ]SEE DEFINITION OF dunderhead

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUNDERHEAD

Well, if ever there was a dunderhead in this world it's me, it sure is.

The maltman's dunderhead son passed it about the ale-house that night.

Look at me, Sariette, old boy, and tell me if I look like a dunderhead.

I shall issue an address to the free and independent electors of Dunderhead.

If she hadn't married that dunderhead she'd have been a happy woman.

There is TOM, the dunderhead, who is always sleepy and he will put that down about him.

“The actual Superintendent of Dunderbunk is a dunderhead,” said Churm.

Because I'm not fool enough to believe that story—and not dunderhead enough to be taken in by a practical joke.

"The magazines are aft, you dunderhead," Joe Kivelson told him, shoving himself to his feet.

A dunderhead, say the folk, can cotch fish; but it takes a man t find un.

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