airhead airhead  /ˈɛr ˌhɛd/


  1. (n) a flighty scatterbrained simpleton
  2. (n) a bridgehead seized by airborne troops


  1. But the subject is not just airhead empowerment.
  2. Saturday-matinee serials, gangster dramas with hearts of fudge, airhead romantic comedies.
  3. Imagine that the last in a centuries-long line of vampire exterminators is an airhead Los Angeles adolescent.


  • Music Monday: This Week's New Albums and Videos

    Action Bronson Saaab Stories Seven-song digital release Airhead For Years Joseph Arthur The Ballad of Boogie Christ Author & Punisher Women & Children Beady Eye BE Out today in the UK (for now, it's available only as an import in the US) is the second album from Beady Eye—aka the remaining members of Oasis, minus Noel Gallagher.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: metacritic


  1. Speaking to heat magazine, Paris said: "I think a lot of people have seen me on The Simple Life and think I'm a spoilt airhead". "But I was playing a character. The producers said they wanted Nicole and I just to be crazy and funny and say...
    on Jan 19, 2009 By: Paris Hilton Source: Indian Express

  2. "I've never worked with Priyan before. But I think he liked my comic timing in Race, where I played Anil Kapoor's airhead assistant. That's how I got De Dana Dan. I've always been a big Priyan fan, by the way," said Sameera.
    on Oct 23, 2008 By: Sameera Reddy Source: Sify

  3. In her forthcoming autobiography Survivor, Osbourne says, "As for Dannii Minogue, she's far from the glossy airhead I thought she would be. She might look like the most beautiful porcelain doll, but she is sharp and feisty and nobody's fool. We're...
    on Oct 2, 2007 By: Sharon Osbourne Source: (Pressemitteilung)

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