from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The head of a pin.
- n. Something very small or insignificant.
- n. Slang A stupid person; a dunce.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The head of a pin. (Frequently used in size comparisons.)
- n. An ignorant, naïve, foolish, and stupid person.
- n. A telemark skier.
- n. A human head that is unusually tapered or small, often due to microcephaly, or a person with that trait. Often promoted in freak shows as "human pinheads".
- n. A newborn cricket used as food for pets.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The head of a pin; hence, anything very small.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an ignorant or foolish person
- n. the head of a pin
Wipe your chin pinhead ..... your starting to drool.
When the piss-ant pinhead is gone, never, NEVER will we let crazies drag our country through the mud again, even if we have to cut diplomatic ties with Montana.
The Obama Administration failed to keep the GOP’s promise, so this pinhead is picking up the slack./snark
Solomon's reward for trying to enforce the labor laws is that he is now routinely denounced as a tool of "union bosses" by a number of business groups and called a "pinhead" by Bill O'Reilly while his nomination is now threatened by an almost-certain Senate filibuster.
I think it's a badge of honor to be called a pinhead by Bill O'Reilly.
Rich had just ground up the skin of some smoked salmon in the garbage disposal, and, when he left the room, Rudy whom we always did call a pinhead had gone in after it.
Darwin called the pinhead brain of the ant the most marvellous atom of matter in the world, but the human ovum is more marvellous still.
A pinhead is a person born with a condition known as microcephaly.
I am certainly a reactionary, holding such antiquated views as that one should not call people whose views differ from my own a "pinhead".
He called the decision to fire Williams disgraceful and, in a nod to one of his regular segments, labeled Schiller a "pinhead" and said she should resign immediately because she was "not smart enough to run a media company, even if is NPR."