big head


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big head

n.
1. Informal Conceit; egotism.
2. also bighead (bĭg′hĕd′) Any of various diseases of animals, especially rams, characterized by swelling of the head, face, or neck.

big′head′ed adj.
big′head′ed·ness n.
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He violently shakes on his knees, his moving sneakers squeaking on the squares of the floor, while the machine spits down on his big head before dumping a load of washcloths onto his dark sole/soul.
The rest of Big Head's pals couldn't decide who would win - they were at loggerheads.
``He's not as physically strong as Jon and there's a slight question mark over whether he'llget the big head on.''
Anyway, methinks it won't be long before Richie is admitted to the Priory with that famous celebrity ailment, Big Head Syndrome.
What a big head he is, all because he scored one goal against Celtic.
OF the three finalists, Ben came across as a bit of a big head and Hannah always seemed to be on the verge of tears, so I think I'm glad Steven won (Masterchef Goes Large, BBC2, Monday to Thursday)...
I call myself Big Head just to remind myself not to be.'
I SEE Dundee United's Garry Kenneth has been farmed out to Cowden beath after being branded a "big head" by Tannadice gaffer Craig Levein.
'If he brings in anyone who is going to be a big head then that is not going to go down well here at all because the lads will not accept that.
LIKE a pint of Guinness with a big head, David O'Leary comes across very smooth.
The show also features a 15ft baby and a freakishly big head resting on a pillow.