softheaded

adjective
soft·head·ed | \ˈsȯf(t)-ˌhe-dəd \

Definition of softheaded 

: having or indicative of a weak, unrealistic, or uncritical mind a softheaded belief

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Other Words from softheaded

softheadedly adverb
softheadedness noun

Examples of softheaded in a Sentence

serious scientists who regard UFO followers as softheaded and gullible

First Known Use of softheaded

1653, in the meaning defined above

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