foolish, weak-minded; thus culver-head n., a fool, a simpleton.
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|press cutting in Passing Eng. of the Victorian Era 101/1: When the culver-headed yeknods are down in the dumps, strike us pink if they’re not as humble as a blackberry swagger.|
|Passing Eng. of the Victorian Era 100/2: Culver-head (Lower Classes). A fool; practically calf-head.|