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fuzzy-headed

[ fuhz-ee-hed-id ]
/ ˈfʌz iˈhɛd ɪd /
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adjective
not given to clear thinking; foolish.
giddy; light-headed.
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How to use fuzzy-headed in a sentence

  • Even fuzzy-headed little Beth pulled off some pretty shots, whereupon Bill cheered uproariously.

    Fore!|Charles Emmett Van Loan
  • The bystanders hushed down the text-quoter—a fuzzy-headed butcher-boy.

    Ghetto Comedies|Israel Zangwill
  • Theodore was hatless, rustily fuzzy-headed, and now a wealth of quasi-humorous gesture.

    Marriage|H. G. Wells
  • You remember the freckled lad at Soissons who got fuzzy-headed from too much concussion?

    Wings of the Wind|Credo Harris
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