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Definition of Softheadedness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Softheadedness
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1. The Medical Critic and Guide (1908)
"To accuse such physicians of using nostrums and to threaten them with exposure is the acme of asininity and is unmistakable proof of softheadedness. ..."
2. The Tâittirîya-Prâtiçâkhya: With Its Commentary, the Tribhâshyaratna by William Dwight Whitney, Somayārya (1871)
"... "like a candle, like a rush-leaf" (V unintelligible without the context), it is to be understood that there is softheadedness (?) in them all alike. ..."