Meaning of chowderheaded in English:



informal North American

See chowderhead

‘Once the decision was made to go for chowderheaded sensation over more difficult to digest substance, things only got worse.’
  • ‘As usual, you've taken the most chowderheaded possible approach to an issue.’
  • ‘Anyway, this all goes to show how chowderheaded the Martians really are.’
  • ‘William was not the bombastic chowderheaded demagogue he was portrayed as - and in fact he actually won his case.’
  • ‘Equally chowderheaded was the European decision to reject the merger between the two companies on grounds that were spurious, at best.’