Definition of redhead
1 : a person having red hair
2 : a North American duck (Aythya americana) resembling the related canvasback but having a shorter bill with a black tip and in the male a brighter reddish head
Examples of redhead in a Sentence
Her brothers are both redheads.
Recent Examples of redhead from the Web
An aerial photo will be taken at 3 p.m. June 11 of all redheads — last year, 750 posed for the picture, Hylen said.
The inventive, freckle-faced redhead is creating something called the Ability App, which is like Yelp for accessibility.
And since red hair is sometimes a part of Irish life, this year, redheads will get a discounted admission on Monday of $5.
The ice cream is too sweet for me, but P.T. and the redhead look happy.
The big redhead arrived in town with an easy smile and engaging personality, posed for pictures, met new teammates, sang at Wrigley Field and embraced everything that came with the opportunity to start for the Bears.
Even though redheads account for less than 2% of the population, their lack of emoji representation has always been a serious point of contention among users.
Flamboyant redhead Georgette Mosbacher, whom the Bush 41s were very cool towards when she was married to the late Texas oil-man and Commerce Secretary Robert Mosbacher, is now very much back on the scene.
One of those secrets involves our beloved redhead (KJ Apa) having an affair with his teacher, Miss Grundy.
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First Known Use of redhead
REDHEAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of redhead for English Language Learners
: a person who has red hair
REDHEAD Defined for Kids
Definition of redhead for Students
: a person having reddish hair
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