Headed in a sentence

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Definition of Headed

  • Furnished with a head (commonly as denoting intellectual faculties); -- used in composition; as, clear-headed, long-headed, thick-headed; a many-headed monster.
  • Formed into a head; as, a headed cabbage.
  • having a head of a specified kind or anything that serves as a head; often used in combination
  • having a heading or caption

How to use headed in a sentence. Headed pronunciation.

Then blaze away with circulars, headed "South London Fashion Club;" send them round the whole district, addressed to women.
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I was rather taken with the rustic seat that was standing on a white fur mat in front of a scene representing the Jungfrau, but he headed me off it.
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The latter's upper deck held the girls, with the exception of Jane, who was at the helm to steer as soon as their craft had been turned about and headed in the right direction.
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The motor boat was instantly headed toward the cove.
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They headed out of the cove, saying little, but keeping up a lively thinking.
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Disgusted and disappointed the boys headed the launch toward home.
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The other boys hesitated for a few brief seconds; then they, too, headed for camp.
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Nicknack turned himself about until he was headed toward the island, and then he swam straight toward it.
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The goat, which had been headed toward a spot a little way down the island from where Janet and her mother stood, turned at the sound of the little girl's voice and came in her direction.
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Starting again next morning, they passed Suez about noon (fortunately without having to halt at one of the ugliest and dirtiest towns in the world), and headed down the Red Sea.
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The fellow comes of a good stock; I heard him say that his father headed the High Church mob, who sacked and burnt Priestley's house at Birmingham towards the end of the last century.
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Then their minds jumped on and other little figures came by in procession, headed, in Ralph's view, by the figure of Sally Seal.
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In 1831 the party was strong enough to assemble a convention in Baltimore to nominate candidates for the presidency, and William Wirt, the great Maryland lawyer, was nominated, not with any hope of election, but with the view of dividing the ranks of the Democratic party, and of strengthening the opposition headed by Clay,-the National Republican party, which in the next campaign absorbed all the old Federalist remnants, and became the Whig party.
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The supporters of the Adams administration, those who more and more came to rank themselves as promoters of tariffs and internal improvements, with liberal views as to the constitutional powers of the national government, gradually consolidated in opposition to the party headed by Jackson.
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In Boston he was welcomed by a committee of forty, in behalf of the young men, headed by Mr. Winthrop, and was received by a committee of old men, when he was eloquently addressed by Mr. William Sullivan, and was subsequently waited upon by the mayor and aldermen of the city.
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The venerable and enlightened John Quincy Adams headed the group of petitioners in the House of representatives.
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They were headed by Sam Houston, who had fought under General Jackson, and had been Governor of Tennessee.
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Six judges out of nine, headed by Chief Justice Taney, pronounced judgment that slaves, whether fugitive or taken by their masters into the free States, should be returned to their owners.
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The gate, opening into the yard by the smokehouse, was too far away, so she changed her course and headed for the fence between the orchard and hen house, near the spot where Edith was standing.
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Bob had rushed out bare headed to greet them.
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Examples of Headed

Example #1
Every idiot of them will, at all events, come and look at the shop; that can be depended upon; in itself no bad advertisement.
Example #2
Get hold of these people, and induce them to make changes in their business to suit your idea.
Example #3
If I liked the Jungfrau as a background I could have it, but not with the seat; that was for engaged couples only.
Example #4
I passed my _viva-voce_ examination at the hands of the young lady at the desk, paid my fees, got my testamur, and was shown into the torture-chamber, where the head executioner was busy adjusting his racks and screws.
Example #5
The houseboat came about slowly; then, as the motor boat chugged away the line grew taut and the "Red Rover" began to move.
Example #6
The dock was thronged with people, all of whom were now observing the houseboat.