Definition of bullethead in English:

bullethead

noun

derogatory
  • 1A person's head that is small and round.

    1. 1.1 A person with a head that is small and round.
      • ‘This bullethead. Listen, what did I expect, pulls me out of a restaurant in front of my fiancée?’
    2. 1.2 A stupid, self-important, or obstinate person.
      • ‘Accordingly, it's kind of hard to contradict the bulletheads who want to round them up and kick them out.’
      • ‘The mod is currently on hold because of bullethead's problems with his internet.’
      • ‘I love John, but he's one of those industrial-strength bulletheads, full of phrases like ‘pry’ and ‘cold, dead fingers.’’
      • ‘If anyone gets through his article with a greater understanding of how the political system works, he understands the RS audience - a bunch of anti-establishment bulletheads who would rather buck the system than join it or learn about it.’
      • ‘It's the thing you bulletheads are always writing about over here.’

Pronunciation

bullethead

/ˈbo͝oləthed/