softheaded

See also: soft-headed

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soft +‎ headed

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softheaded (comparative more softheaded, superlative most softheaded)

  1. (informal) Lacking sound judgment or resolve; stupid; weak-minded.
    • 1880, Mark Twain, A Tramp Abroad, Appendix E,
      How my fool of a soft-headed soft-hearted brother would rage if he knew how cunningly I have saved his pocket.

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