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-brainedsuffix

uk   us   /-breɪnd/
having a ​particulartype of ​brain: These ​dinosaurs were large-brained and more ​intelligent than most. disapproving used in ​variousphrases to ​describe someone as ​stupid or ​badlyorganized: bird-brained harebrained scatterbrained
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