Definition of Pudden-head

1. Noun. A person who is not very bright. "The economy, stupid!"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pudden-head

puckfist
puckfists
puckhandling
puckish
puckishly
puckishness
puckishnesses
puckle
puckles
puckout
pucks
puckster
pucksters
pudden
pudden-head (current term)
puddening
puddens
pudder
puddered
puddering
pudders
puddies
puddin'
pudding
pudding-basin
pudding-face
pudding-headed
pudding-wife
pudding basin

Literary usage of Pudden-head

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1. In and Out of Rebel Prisons by Alonzo Cooper (1888)
"... who was tugging away at the big end of one of these fifty feet pine poles, would rest it on his knees long enough to shout " Louder, old pudden head. ..."

2. Little Visits With Great Americans by Orison Swett Marden (1904)
"Space will not permit of a full list of them, but Roughing It, The Prince and the Pauper, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, and Pudden-Head ..."

3. The Technique of Teaching by Sheldon Emmor Davis (1922)
"(From Pudden- head Wilson's Calendar.) A useful application of Mark Twain's rule just given may be made with reference to good, bad, poor, fine. ..."

4. Personal Identification: Methods for the Identification of Individuals by Harris Hawthorne Wilder, Bert Wentworth (1918)
"... finger prints began to appear in fiction, and in 1894, with his accustomed enterprise, Mark Twain appeared before a larger public with his "Pudden- head ..."

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