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- adj. dull; stupid
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Dull; stupid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Dull; stupid; doltish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (used informally) stupid
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In these islands a great loggerheaded duck or goose (Anas brachyptera), which sometimes weighs twenty-two pounds, is very abundant.
These clumsy, loggerheaded ducks make such a noise and splashing, that the effect is exceedingly curious.
Here remark, that his dinner was sober and thrifty, for he did then eat only to prevent the gnawings of his stomach, but his supper was copious and large, for he took then as much as was fit to maintain and nourish him; which, indeed, is the true diet prescribed by the art of good and sound physic, although a rabble of loggerheaded physicians, nuzzeled in the brabbling shop of sophisters, counsel the contrary.
Come away with thy basket, thou loggerheaded jack.
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With both varieties and species, use and disuse seem to have produced a considerable effect; for it is impossible to resist this conclusion when we look, for instance, at the loggerheaded duck, which has wings incapable of flight, in nearly the same condition as in the domestic duck; or when we look at the burrowing tucu tucu, which is occasionally blind, and then at certain moles, which are habitually blind and have their eyes covered with skin; or when we look at the blind animals inhabiting the dark caves of America and Europe.