wrong-headed

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It seemed to him to be wrong-headed and absurd, and he began to lose patience with her.

He was meddlesome, wrong-headed, unreasonable, and bold with it all.

When I determine, I allow of no obstacles, not even of wrong-headed girls.

He was unquestionably a man of genius, but wrong-headed from very childhood.

"That is unquestionably the most wrong-headed girl I know," said Mr. Read, to his daughter.

If a man is wrong-headed and wrong-purposed, it isn't easy for him to be fine, is it?

He was in a manner a friend of mine, but he was always obstinate and wrong-headed.

It was as much as I could do to be civil to Colonel Eldridge; he is so obstinate and wrong-headed.

The Rector thought her one of the best women he knew, but one of the most wrong-headed.

Paul in every line, my own noble, bigoted, wrong-headed Paul.

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