Examples of headroom in a Sentence
He's looking for a car with a lot of headroom.
Recent Examples of headroom from the Web
Sean O’Leary, a senior analyst at the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, a left-leaning think tank, says lawmakers had headroom in this year’s budget due to rising natural-gas prices.
That spaciousness is not just an illusion, for the new A6 has more front headroom and shoulder room, and the rear has more legroom now.
Front headroom is not tall at 36.8 inches with the panoramic roof or 37.3 inches with the standard moonroof.
There was sufficient headroom in the backseat, and plenty of legroom.
The cabin is roomy with considerable headroom of 38 inches — with the panoramic roof.
There's more legroom in the back than the outgoing model and more headroom, too, thanks to bump-outs in the headlining.
Note: If using a broiler, make sure the glass size allows for plenty of headroom in the oven.
With the two front pillars pushed forward and an arcing, coupe-like roof, headroom is also enhanced.
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First Known Use of headroom
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Definition of headroom for English Language Learners
: the space between the top of your head and a ceiling or roof when you are standing or sitting
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