head·ing noun \ˈhe-diŋ\
: the direction in which a ship or aircraft points
: a word, phrase, etc., that is placed at the beginning of a document, passage, etc., or at the top of a page
: a name or label used for a group of people or things
a : something that forms or serves as a head; especially : an inscription, headline, or title standing at the top or beginning (as of a letter or chapter)
b : the address and date at the beginning of a letter showing its place and time of origin
: the compass direction in which the longitudinal axis of a ship or aircraft points; broadly : direction
Examples of HEADING
- What is your current heading?
- We organized all the recipes under different subject headings.
- His paintings usually fall under the heading of realism.
First Known Use of HEADING
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