The blockhead talks nonsense, and your Majesty, in your own person, furnishes the best proof of it.
The Stagirite (who knew the difference) called him a blockhead.
Not a tree on the banks of any one of them—yet he had been a blockhead who called them bare.
Then "fool," "puppy," and "blockhead," were the best words they gave.
Then the Queen of the Bees, whom the blockhead had saved from burning, came and tried the lips of all three.
She must be shown that the blockhead thinks nothing of her and looks only at Bourienne.
Bale accordingly stigmatises him as an ass-headed dean, a blockhead who cared only for his kitchen and his belly.
The blockhead has been imposed upon, and should have known his company better.'
A great lord says of214 your friend Timagenes that he is a blockhead, but he makes a mistake.
Look here, you blockhead, why don't you keep this gangway clear?
also block-head, "stupid person," 1540s (implied in blockheaded), from block (n.) + head (n.); probably originally an image of the head-shaped oaken block used by hat-makers, though the insulting sense is the older one.
A stupid person; klutz: No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money
[mid-1500s+; that is, a head no more intelligent than the block on which hats are made]