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[ UK /fˈa‍ʊntɪnhˌɛd/ ]
  1. the source of water from which a stream arises
    they tracked him back toward the head of the stream
  2. an abundant source
    she was a well of information
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How To Use fountainhead In A Sentence

  • I wonder if Rand is the 'fountainhead' of the nonfiction business books, many of which present themselves as complete. Archive 2007-09-01
  • The book has developed such a reputation as the fountainhead of fiction that many readers are afraid of tackling it, in case they might fail to understand it.
  • Shew's capsized scull was found near Fountainhead Regional Park, police said. Search continues for missing boater
  • These are the feelings and emotions that later became a fountainhead for his writings.
  • `I understand,' the companion at his side interrupted, `as the fountainhead yourself, you had no individual experience of it and yet-- ' MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY
  • This center is the fountainhead of all our animal forces, which can be spiritualized and used for our best advantage by gaining absolute control over this center.
  • It is clear that the capital is the fountainhead of the ills that plague the country.
  • They don't realise that it is the fountainhead of all such unrealistic extremist philosophy.
  • Inevitably the visitors took more than they gave to Florence, fountainhead of visual and literary culture in the western world.
  • Later of course, he went on to be crowned king and become the fountainhead of a 3,000-year dynasty that peppered the land with monuments and legends that nothing in sub-Saharan Africa could match.
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