Examples of headdress in a Sentence
The dancers wore ceremonial headdresses.
most of the acrobats riding the horses and elephants wore some sort of fancy headdress
Recent Examples of headdress from the Web
On Saturday, the 18-year-old had that pride permanently inked on her body: The tattoo on the back of her shoulder shows a chief with a snarling bear headdress.
Nineteenth century Europe was plagued by wars, revolutions, and a global recession, and with that, Marie Antoinette’s extreme headdresses soon fell out of fashion.
SUBSCRIBE TODAY Anniversary-party guests donned flower headdresses.
Songs in his honor boom out at Anfield, Liverpool’s storied home stadium, and fans carry flags bearing his image, complete with Pharaonic headdress.
First up, the star captured mom-to-be Cardi B (above), dressed in her beaded Moschino dress and matching headdress.
Munn’s dress was custom made by H & M, according to ET, and replete with a headdress by Michael Schmidt.
As anticipated, the red carpet saw a tizzy of veils, headdresses, halos, and crowns.
One appears to be holding a human heart and another wears a leopard headdress and is holding a spear.
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baseball cap, beret, biretta, boater, bonnet, bowler, cloche, cocked hat, cowboy hat, cowl, derby, fedora, fez, hard hat, helmet, high hat, homburg, hood, miter (or mitre), nightcap, panama, pillbox, porkpie hat, service cap, shako, silk hat, skullcap, sombrero, sou'wester, Stetson, stocking cap, stovepipe, sunbonnet, tam, tam-o'-shanter, ten-gallon hat, top hat, topper, toque, tricorne (or tricorn), turban, zucchetto;
HEADDRESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of headdress for English Language Learners
: a decorative covering for your head
HEADDRESS Defined for Kids
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