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thickhead

any of various Australian and SE Asian songbirds of the family Muscicapidae (flycatchers, etc.)

thickhead

[′thik‚hed]
(veterinary medicine)
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Indeed, so venal is the political corruption at the center of this mystery, and so thickheaded the police bureaucrats who (as always) impede Harry's investigations, that we get intimations of this as Bosch's last case.
At best, I am one of Jesus' thickheaded disciples watching on in horror as my brother and friend is taken to the hill.
We can say that the boss is just thickheaded because he does not get this.
To pass the time, and also to mock Raven in an indirect way she feels he would be too thickheaded to grasp, she tells him the story of the fox and the cat, one of Aesop's fables.
Van der Merwe, the archetypal thickheaded Afrikaner, has been the beloved brunt of South African humour for decades.
Umm, that's a bit of a thickheaded accusation, seeing as Grout sings in ARABIC
Also lost is the fun Rowling seems to be having with the name "Smeltings," which conjures the process of smelting, by which iron is extracted from ore: a reasonable analogy for the education of the thickheaded Dudley.