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A group of people constituted as the decision-making body of an organization
High-grade marijuana
A room or enclosed area reserved for relieving oneself of waste
Statues considered collectively
The heads side of a coin, or the side of a medal or badge that has the principal design
The inhabitants of a place
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Plural for the upper part of the human or animal body, separated by a neck
“He had to wear a protective helmet while playing sports to protect his head from injury.”
Plural for the person commanding most authority within a group or an organization
“He has just been appointed as head of the new department.”
Plural for the top or highest point of an object, structure, or land mass
“Up it would rise toward the room at the head of the stairs where they huddled anxiously.”
Plural for the point or period at which something is at its best, strongest, or most intense
“Spain has positioned itself at the head of innovation in Europe, according to Deloitte's survey.”
Plural for the front, forward, or upper part or end of something
“They were located on each side of the bowsprit, overlooked only by the figurehead at the head of the ship.”
Plural for an aptitude for a skill or ability
“Will has a good head for numbers and mathematics, even if he thinks his past is entirely his fault.”
Plural for the head regarded as the location of intellect, imagination, and memory
“Imagine yourself inside the head of a child and write as if you are one yourself.”
Plural for the source of a river or stream
“He had ridden for miles up the valley to meet the rest of the party near the head of the river.”
Plural for someone with a strong affinity for something
“Mildred is a total tech head who adores home electronics and computers.”
Plural for a turning point
“These problems, largely ignored for months, would come to a head in the summer.”
Plural for text, or other visual information, used to mark off a quantity of text
“Ensure that your head is descriptive enough of the content to come.”
Plural for a headland or promontory
“She returned the next day to join the Escort Group in providing anti-aircraft defense of the anchorages off the beach head.”
Plural for the foam on top of a glass of beer, or the cream on the top of milk
“The head on my beverage rose a good inch above the rim of my glass.”
Plural for a room or enclosed area containing a toilet
“Let me just quickly visit the head, and I'll be all set to go.”
Plural for a person who is addicted to a substance, typically illegal drugs
“I'm going to have you craving for my cooking like a coke head.”
Plural for a long artificial mound of earth, typically built to hold back water
“The council would build a head to create a millpond.”
To take, or be in, charge of
“Included in the contract was a clause that Bailey would head the company as President for a term of five years.”
To move in a specified direction
“The lemmings continue to head for the cliff, regardless of the consequences.”
To extend or be positioned in a given course or direction
“All roads head to Rome, or it is alleged.”
To be in the leading position
“As we approach the mid-section of this race, Verstappen continues to head the pack with an eight-second advantage.”
To remove the head of
“Some looney on Twitter threatened to head me if I didn't shut up.”
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