NOUN
  1. a person who lacks good judgment
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How To Use saphead In A Sentence

  • Us married just five months, and her the nicest girl living, and you keeping us flat broke all the time, you damned old thief, so you can put money away for your saphead of a son and your wishywashy fool of a daughter! Babbit
  • Willy said in a ma tier-of-fact voice: "He's such a saphead I never thought he'd come after you, Phylly I mean, he's not really stuck on you, is he? Last April Fair
  • Baines set him down as the sort of young man who would play Kelly pool with money his mother earned by doing laundry, and, in addition, catalogued him as a "saphead. Scattergood Baines
  • But on this occasion Mr Salmond probably meant a "saphead" or plodding fool. Top stories from Times Online
  • To the near lips of each crater a sap ran out from the front line, so that merely the great yawning hole lay between the saphead and the corresponding abode of the Germans on the other lip. No Man's Land
  • He doesn't fancy Captain Billy Morgan, thinks him rather a saphead. Janet of the Dunes
  • The logic and philosophy of the great deist and agnostic was worth more to the Colonies, and did more injury to King George and his murdering minions, than all the purblind, bigoted, saphead pulpit thumpers who ever preached for ready cash. Shakspere, Personal Recollections
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