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View synonyms for bull-headed

bull-headed

adjective

  1. blindly obstinate; stubborn, headstrong, or stupid


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Derived Forms

  • ˌbull-ˈheadedness, noun
  • ˌbull-ˈheadedly, adverb
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Example Sentences

The man, Marc Koska, whose bull-headed development of the single-use needle saved the lives of thousands.

At British festivals our predecessors used to antic in the guise of a bull, and the bull-headed actor was entitled “The Broad”.

The minute we started to rag her for being so bull-headed about her room, this crowd of sillies started in rooting for her.

On account of the size of the head and bill, they are often known as Bull-headed Flycatchers.

It would seem paradoxical to say that there is something in common between the bull-headed deity and Oannes.

I followed, or tried to follow; and here my steed showed his bull-headed, obstinate nature.

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