block + headed
blockheaded (comparative more blockheaded, superlative most blockheaded)
- Resembling a blockhead; stupid
(Can we date this quote?), Anthony Tommasini, “That Gilbert and Sullivan Maiden With Mission and Erudition”, in New York Times:
- Sullivan again proves himself a master at evoking diverse musical styles, as in “This Helmet, I Suppose,” a song for Arac, one of King Gama’s blockheaded warrior sons.
- simple past tense and past participle of blockhead