Recent Examples of arrowhead from the Web
The family would go searching for Native American arrowheads during the summer, and one year Brian and Teresa bought Preston a metal detector that the boy almost wore out, Frazier said.
Buckets of arrowheads plucked from backyards attest to the centuries during which Native Americans hunted where houses now stand.
Men's accessories include this arrowhead and black leather cord; choose from an array of available scents, or choose unscented and add your own custom fragrance before gifting.
And sometime after the groundbreaking of the sports complex in 1968, Chiefs historian Bob Moore reminds, an in-house publication reported that arrowheads had been found during early excavation, inspiring Hunt’s name for the stadium.
Humans have used it for pottery, arrowheads and even surgical scalpels.
In Weiss/Manfredi’s joined pair of structures (which in plan resemble stone-age arrowheads), airy labs and classrooms cascade towards a central staircase.
There’s a castle there and a mountain shaped like an arrowhead.
Many of these items are added to boxes of arrowheads or line shelves with other artifacts.
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First Known Use of arrowhead
ARROWHEAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of arrowhead for English Language Learners
: a piece of stone or metal that forms the point of an arrow
ARROWHEAD Defined for Kids
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