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Meanings of Heading:

noun

A title at the head of a page or section of a book.

Usage examples:

Chapter headings
verb

Be in the leading position on.

Usage examples:

The st george's day procession was headed by the mayor

Meanings of Headings:

noun

A title at the head of a page or section of a book.

Usage examples:

Chapter headings

Meanings of Headlamp:

noun

A powerful light at the front of a motor vehicle or railway engine.

Usage examples:

All new models get a new front bumper design, new headlamps and tail lights, a new front grille and…

Meanings of Headlamps:

noun

A powerful light at the front of a motor vehicle or railway engine.

Usage examples:

All new models get a new front bumper design, new headlamps and tail lights, a new front grille and…

Headland

ˈhed.lənd

Meanings of Headland:

noun

A narrow piece of land that projects from a coastline into the sea.

Usage examples:

The fal estuary is long and wide, and falmouth grew along its western side in a straggling way, cur…

Headlands

ˈhɛdlənd

Meanings of Headlands:

noun

A narrow piece of land that projects from a coastline into the sea.

Usage examples:

The fal estuary is long and wide, and falmouth grew along its western side in a straggling way, cur…

Meanings of Headledge:

noun

Any of the sections of the frame of an opening in the deck which run across the width of the ship.

Headless

ˈhed.ləs

Meanings of Headless:

adjective

(of a body) having no head.

Usage examples:

A headless corpse

Meanings of Headlessness:

noun

The state or condition of being headless.

Headlight

ˈhed.laɪt

Meanings of Headlight:

noun

A powerful light at the front of a motor vehicle or railway engine.

Usage examples:

All new models get a new front bumper design, new headlamps and tail lights, a new front grille and…

Meanings of Headlights:

noun

A powerful light at the front of a motor vehicle or railway engine.

Usage examples:

All new models get a new front bumper design, new headlamps and tail lights, a new front grille and…

Headline

ˈhed.laɪn

Meanings of Headline:

noun

A heading at the top of an article or page in a newspaper or magazine.

Usage examples:

A front-page headline
verb

Provide with a headline.

Usage examples:

A feature that was headlined ‘invest in your future’
adjective

Denoting a particularly notable or important piece of news.

Usage examples:

Air accidents make headline news whereas car accidents are seldom publicized

Meanings of Headlined:

verb

Provide with a headline.

Usage examples:

A feature that was headlined ‘invest in your future’
noun

A heading at the top of an article or page in a newspaper or magazine.

Usage examples:

A front-page headline
adjective

Denoting a particularly notable or important piece of news.

Usage examples:

Air accidents make headline news whereas car accidents are seldom publicized

Meanings of Headliner:

noun

A performer or act that is promoted as the star attraction on a bill and typically performs last.

Usage examples:

The idea was to place him as an opening act for a headliner in larger venues

Headliners

ˈhedˌlaɪ.nər

Meanings of Headliners:

noun

A performer or act that is promoted as the star attraction on a bill and typically performs last.

Usage examples:

The idea was to place him as an opening act for a headliner in larger venues

Meanings of Headlines:

noun

A heading at the top of an article or page in a newspaper or magazine.

Usage examples:

A front-page headline
verb

Provide with a headline.

Usage examples:

A feature that was headlined ‘invest in your future’
adjective

Denoting a particularly notable or important piece of news.

Usage examples:

Air accidents make headline news whereas car accidents are seldom publicized

Headlining

ˈhed.laɪn

Meanings of Headlining:

verb

Provide with a headline.

Usage examples:

A feature that was headlined ‘invest in your future’
noun

A heading at the top of an article or page in a newspaper or magazine.

Usage examples:

A front-page headline
adjective

Denoting a particularly notable or important piece of news.

Usage examples:

Air accidents make headline news whereas car accidents are seldom publicized

Meanings of Headload:

noun

A load carried on the head.

Meanings of Headlock:

noun

A method of restraining someone by holding an arm firmly around their head, especially as a hold in wrestling.

Usage examples:

He had him in a headlock

Headlocks

ˈhed.lɒk

Meanings of Headlocks:

noun

A method of restraining someone by holding an arm firmly around their head, especially as a hold in wrestling.

Usage examples:

He had him in a headlock

Headlong

ˈhɛdlɒŋ

Meanings of Headlong:

adverb

With the head foremost.

Usage examples:

He fell headlong into the tent
adjective

Extremely or recklessly hasty.

Usage examples:

A headlong dash through the house

Meanings of Headlongly:

adverb

Headlong.

Meanings of Headlongness:

noun

The state or quality of falling or rushing headlong; (chiefly) specifically hastiness, impetuosity, rashness.

Meanings of Headmark:

noun

A characteristic or distinguishing marking on the head of a wild animal. usually in plural.

Meanings of Headmaster:

noun

A man who is the head teacher in a school.

Usage examples:

That night we had dinner with the headmaster and vice headmasters (1 school president and 3 vice pr…

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