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
Gilded from towering, feathered headdress to platform heels and toes, Horus was the prize everyone had to have.
Nor did the dome statue’s relationship to slavery and freedom stop at its headdress.
Sitting Bull was photographed in an eagle feather headdress.
His opening event included more than 3,500 indigenous leaders from across the region, wearing ceremonial headdresses, colorful jute wrappings and spare reed skirts.
Her spiral onyx curls were swept up in a black satin Marc Jacobs headdress and her wide eyes were cast in thick charcoal liner with wings fit for Cleopatra.
With its ear-to-ear grin, pink feathery headdress of gills and frantic underwater dance, this amphibian has captivated generations of admirers.
The statement pin, set against Princess Michael’s snow white coat, depicted a black figure in a gold robe and headdress.
The drunk shirtless dude in the Native American headdress.
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First Known Use of headdress
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;
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