pachydermatous


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pach·y·der·ma·tous

(pakē-dĕrmă-tŭs)
Denotes having very thick skin.

pachydermatous

Abnormally thick-skinned.
References in classic literature ?
My battery captain called me a Pachydermatous Anachronism the other day."
Cutler, the British officer, was pachydermatous to ideas, but punctilious about behaviour.
So I suggest a trunk call Or perhaps we'll take a bus To remind these thick-skinned Nellies We're all pachydermatous. Meanwhile we'll build a monument And there a plaque we'll set With names of all our fallen friends Lest we elephants forget.