May 16, 2010

wrong-headed

Posted in verb at 4:22 pm by Feng

wrongheaded – stubborn in adherence to wrong opinion or principles [W-M]. Can also be spelt as wrong-headed.

In an academic debate, I pointed out some problems of a cryptographic algorithm. Some people agree with me, but some don’t. One person described me as “wrong-headed” in my opinions.  I found it funny because I never heard of this phrase before.

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