bigheaded bigheaded


  • (adj) (used colloquially) overly conceited or arrogant


  1. While Japan's idoru, or mass-produced pop stars, often seem as generic as machines, the country's animated characters, like Doraemon, have the bigheaded individuality of real rebels.
  2. Achmed, a bigheaded Halloween skeleton, is a failed suicide bomber.
  3. But they very plainly keep children from becoming as broad and deep-chested and as bigheaded as they should be.


  1. "Whatever I am today it is because of my country. So there is no question of my being bigheaded or ungrateful. I love playing for Pakistan and I will continue to do so till I feel I can contribute to the team," Younis said.
    on Apr 17, 2008 By: Younis Khan Source: The Statesman

  2. Button said: "Those laps were the best I've ever done. At the end of the first I was seventh and then I caught Mark Webber and was closing in on the world champ. I'm going to be bigheaded and say I've not seen anything like it. Ayrton Senna came...
    on Aug 4, 2007 By: Jenson Button Source: Glasgow Daily Record

  3. "I kind of went in there bigheaded," Vargas said. "I haven't fought anyone with that (style) since I was maybe 15. I should have stayed in the middle of the ring and just let him come to me."
    on Aug 18, 2005 By: Devin Vargas Source: USA Today

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