[ UK /hˈɛdɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈhɛdəd, ˈhɛdɪd/ ]
  1. having a heading or caption
    headed notepaper
    a headed column
  2. having a head of a specified kind or anything that serves as a head; often used in combination
    three-headed Cerberus
    a cool-headed fighter pilot
    headed bolts
  3. having a heading or course in a certain direction
    westward headed wagons
  4. of leafy vegetables; having formed into a head
    headed cabbages
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How To Use headed In A Sentence

  • If she levels a levelheaded, legitimate accusation, delegitimize it by feigning astonishment and outrage.
  • Scanlon -- you know, the red-headed cop only a couple of blocks away an 'pipin' us off though not recognizin 'us. CHAPTER XI
  • One is a practical optimist, the other a level-headed pragmatist.
  • We were headed for the mountains
  • A third-party group headed by a GOP operative is out with a new Nevada ad spot encouraging Latinos in the state not to cast votes in this year's midterm elections. GOP-Linked 'Latinos For Reform' Airs Nevada Ads Urging Hispanics Not To Vote (VIDEO)
  • On Friday, we thought we'd try lunch at the Stag and Hounds in Binfield, but there wasn't a table free, so we'd headed back homewards and went to the poshest place in the village.
  • But either way, placater or elitist, he has headed us down an evil road by deepening a war we couldn ` t afford eight years ago when it started and certainly can ` t afford after the Bush-Cheney fiasco in Iraq. The Student Operated Press
  • Hopefully, some of the more level-headed members of the council can prevail and make the Boom Town fiasco a bust.
  • Calis, and so on the mondaie following, [Sidenote: Iohn Hall executed.] he was drawne from the Tower to Tiburne, and there hanged, bowelled, headed, and quartered: his head being sent to Calis there to be set vp, where the duke was murthered. Chronicles (3 of 6): Historie of England (1 of 9) Henrie IV
  • He loved all Jenny's children deeply-especially Ian, the wee gowk whose mixture of foolishness and pigheaded courage reminded him so much of himself at that age. Drums of Autumn
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