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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A person who lacks good judgment.

Usage examples (22)
  • But on this occasion Mr Salmond probably meant a "saphead" or plodding fool.
  • He doesn't fancy Captain Billy Morgan, thinks him rather a saphead.
  • Willy said in a ma tier-of-fact voice: "He's such a saphead I never thought he'd come after you, Phylly I mean, he's not really stuck on you, is he?"
  • The logic and philosophy of the great deist and agnostic was worth more to the Colonies, and did more injury to King George and his murdering minions, than all the purblind,... for more
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