bullheaded

adjective bull·head·ed \ -ˈhe-dəd \

Definition of bullheaded

: stupidly stubborn : headstrong

bullheadedly

adverb

bullheadedness

noun

Examples of bullheaded in a Sentence

  1. a bullheaded boss who won't take advice from anyone

  2. a bullheaded government official who refused to bend the rules even just a little bit

First Known Use of bullheaded

1818


BULLHEADED Defined for English Language Learners

bullheaded

adjective

Definition of bullheaded for English Language Learners

  • : not willing to change an opinion, plan, etc. : very stubborn in a foolish or annoying way



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