"chuckle-head" Definition

  1. much the same as “buffle head,” “cabbage head,” “chowder head,” “cod’s head,”—all signifying that large abnormal form of skull generally supposed to accompany stupidity and weakness of intellect; as the Scotch proverb, “muckle head and little wit.”—Originally Devonshire, but now general.

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Position in the dictionary: 643 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: chucks!, chuff it, chull, chum, chumming-up, chummy, chump, chunk, church a yack, churchwarden
Previous words in the dictionary: chuck up, chuck in, chuck a stall, chuck a jolly, chuck, chubby, christening, chowdar, chow-chow, chovey

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