[chuhk-uh l-hed] /ˈtʃʌk əlˌhɛd/
a stupid person; blockhead.
(informal) a stupid person; blockhead; dolt
also chuckle-head, “blockhead, dolt,” (18c.), with head (n.), the first element perhaps from chuck (n.1).
Stupid; dim-witted, dumb: so strangely assembles, so Britishly chuckle-headed (1764+)
A stupid person (1730s+)
- Chuck off
verb 1. (Austral & NZ, informal) (transitive, adverb) often foll by at. to abuse or make fun of
- Chuck something down
verb phrase To eat something very quickly: chucked down the Whopper
noun 1. Western U.S. a wagon carrying cooking facilities and food for serving people working outdoors, as at a ranch or lumber camp. noun 1. a wagon carrying provisions and cooking utensils for men, such as cowboys, who work in the open
[chuhk-wah-luh] /ˈtʃʌkˌwɑ lə/ noun 1. an iguanid lizard, Sauromalis obesus, of arid parts of the southwestern U.S. and Mexico, that feeds on desert plants. /ˈtʃʌkˌwɒlə/ noun 1. a lizard, Sauromalus obesus, that has an inflatable body and inhabits desert regions of the southwestern US: family Iguanidae (iguanas)