bonehead bonehead


  • (n) a stupid person; these words are used to express a low opinion of someone's intelligence


  1. His costly acquisition of MGM's movie library in 1986, widely considered a bonehead move at the time, now looks like a bargain the Japanese would envy.
  2. The world's dumbest government is pulling off yet another whale of a bonehead move.


  • Jeff Baker Placed on Disabled List after Injuring Himself High Fiving

    Do you have something you want to tell the class, Jeff? You hurt yourself doing what? Avoidable injuries and sports seem to go together like Campbell’s chicken soup and roofing mortar—the two should never mix, but for some reason it keeps happening. The most recent casualty in bonehead sports injuries belongs to Texas Rangers infielder Jeff Baker , who suffered a sprained right thumb after an ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "There have been some bad plays, some bonehead plays, whatever you want to call it," Favre said earlier this week. "But a lot of those good ones would not be there if it wasn't for taking a chance. For me, it has been well worth the risk."
    on Sep 23, 2007 By: Brett Favre Source: CNN International

  2. "Fans live and die by every play, so that's part of their prerogative to call for different plays, call a bonehead coaching move or guys not catching the football," said embattled Minnesota coach Brad Childress, whose offense has produced fewer...
    on Oct 16, 2008 By: Brad Childress Source: Kansas City Star

  3. "I'd never been that big of a bonehead," Ernster said. "I felt like an idiot. But we got a good punt off and it didn't get blocked. So, I'm just thankful that everything went smoothly after that."
    on Dec 4, 2006 By: Paul Ernster Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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