Definition of Softhead

1. a foolish person [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Softhead

soften
soften up
softened
softened up
softener
softeners
softening
softening up
softeningly
softens
softens up
softer
softest
softgoods
softhanded
softhead (current term)
softheaded
softheadedly
softheadedness
softheads
softhearted
softheartedly
softheartedness
softie
softies
softing
softish
softkill
softlifting
softling

Literary usage of Softhead

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1. Not So Bad as We Seem, Or, Many Sides to a Character: A Comedy in Five Acts by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1851)
"Hen! WILMOT (aside). I must put this suspicious Sir Geoffrey on a wrong scent. If softhead were to make love to the girl—violently— desperately. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1871)
"Ugh f you're so savage on softhead, I suspect 'tis from envy. Man and monkey, indeed ! ... And that's just the difference between softhead and me. ..."

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