The blockhead talks nonsense, and your Majesty, in your own person, furnishes the best proof of it.
She, her unicorn, and her blockhead, were out of sight in a few minutes.
Not a tree on the banks of any one of them—yet he had been a blockhead who called them bare.
Yes, it's for that;—I remember he said you call'd him a blockhead.
Then the Queen of the Bees, whom the blockhead had saved from burning, came and tried the lips of all three.
It might as well stand at Charing Cross; the blockhead that it is!
Bale accordingly stigmatises him as an ass-headed dean, a blockhead who cared only for his kitchen and his belly.
Why do you tell that blockhead the same thing twenty times over?
A great lord says of214 your friend Timagenes that he is a blockhead, but he makes a mistake.
The Stagirite (who knew the difference) called him a blockhead.
also block-head, "stupid person," 1540s (implied in blockheaded), from block (n.) + head (n.); probably originally an image of the head-shaped oaken block used by hat-makers, though the insulting sense is the older one.
A stupid person; klutz: No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money
[mid-1500s+; that is, a head no more intelligent than the block on which hats are made]