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How to use head in a sentence. Head pronunciation.

Thy sale of offices and towns in France, If they were known, as the suspect is great, Would make thee quickly hop without thy head.- [Exit Gloster.
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Two other weighty considerations attach to this head-1.
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Sit down-put your arm under my head- -so.
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With a cry, the great hulking lad sprang to his feet, and clasped his arms above his head- 'I do believe-I will believe.
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Now, to see a head- master walking about the town during school-hours is a startling spectacle, and is apt to give you the same uncanny sensation as when, alone in a room, you think you see something move which ought not to move.
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The head- master talked to Mr. Povey, in tones carefully low, for about a quarter of an hour, and then he closed the interview.
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On Alexander's return to his head- quarters, he summoned his generals and superior officers together, and telling them that he well knew that THEIR zeal wanted no exhortation, he besought them to do their utmost in encouraging and instructing those whom each commanded, to do their best in the next day's battle.
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Nero had his head- quarters near Venusia, with an army which he had increased to forty thousand foot and two thousand five hundred horse, by incorporating under his own command some of the legions which had been intended to set under other generals in the south.
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On reaching his head- quarters in the village of Waterloo, the Duke inquired anxiously after the numerous friends who had been round him in the morning, and to whom he was warmly attached.
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A limp bonnet, tied under the chin, makes up the head- dress.
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Instead of sitting in the straps, as was the custom of the white packers, the Indians slipped out of the shoulder- and head- straps and lay at ease, talking and smoking.
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It is surely most unpatriotic to look for a comfortable existence at the head- quarters of the enemy of the Teutonic nation.
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Fortunately Niemann is devoted to you, body and soul, chest-voice and head- voice.
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Some one sent him a silk hat, that he might go to Washington with head- gear equal to the occasion.
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Tape round the head,-22 inches.
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The proof of this depends upon (1) the resemblance in the standing position and in the drapery of this figure to the Athena of the Parthenon, and (2) the fact that Phidias is known to have made a statue of Athena (thought to be the Lemnian Athena) without a helmet on the head- an exceptional, though not wholly unique, representation in sculpture in the round.
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And as to 'tyranny,' which is meant chiefly of the acts of Cromwell's government, it should be remembered that the Protectorate lasted not a quarter of the period in question (1640-1660); a fact which is constantly forgotten even by very eminent writers, who speak as though Cromwell had drawn his sword in January 1649-cut off the king's head- instantly mounted his throne-and continued to play the tyrant for the whole remaining period of his life (nearly ten years).
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The bakery, a small dwelling, and the large gymnasium were at our left; on the right, the so-called Lower House, with the residences of the head- masters' families, and the school and sleeping-rooms of the smaller pupils, whom we dubbed the "Panzen," and among whom were boys only eight and nine years old.
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My head-' I put a hand up to it and discovered that it was bandaged.
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My head-' I repeated, and again stopped short- this time at sound of a cry.
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Examples of Head

Example #1
Upon offenders hath exceeded law, And left thee to the mercy of the law.
Example #2
What minion! can ye not?
Example #3
The known fact that large breaches of trust, and embezzlements, are greatly on the increase, and have been since the memorable case of Mr. Fauntleroy.
Example #4
And the loss sustained in this way was so heavy, when all payments were made in gold, that to this one evil suddenly assuming a shape of excess, is ascribed, by some writers, the first establishment of goldsmiths as bankers.[Footnote: Goldsmiths certainly acted in that capacity from an earlier period.
Example #5
When I am on your bosom I feel so strong.
Example #6
They are all so kind-soft bed, cool room, fresh air, sweet drinks, sweet scents.