from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A fan of heavy metal music: "metalheads being hoisted aloft and hurled across the arena floor” ( Darrell Laurant).
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- n. Someone who listens to heavy metal music.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a fan of heavy metal music
I don't want to be recognized by the world as a "metalhead" because people throw that term around very loosely.
This is the kind of metalhead Anvil's Steve "Lips" Kudlow is and will always be.
Through the leadership of Princess Leia Organa (the female twin of Jedi hero Luke Skywalker) and the support of a ragtag crew of misfits namely: Captain Hans Solo, the hairy ape-like Chewbacca and metalhead droids R2D2 and C3PO; the Alliance were successful in creating anarchy throughout the galaxy in their bid to end the reign of Dark Lord Sidious and the Empire.
So, I would say that I negotiate being a feminist metalhead in the same way I negotiate being a feminist anywhere else.
Historian, writer, and metalhead Helen Walden is, as those crazy kids say these days, totally killing it.
John Whittingdale is a massive metalhead – he's into the lot.
Also not seeming to have aged — or matured — a day since they left MTV's regular rotation 14 years ago, Mike Judge's chuckling metalhead morons Beavis & Butt-head are back 10/9c with new exploits and fresh pop-cultural targets to mock, including MTV reality swill like Jersey Shore and teen crazes like the Twilight phenom.
As a metalhead feminist, I totally agree with what was said.
Mostly, I'm just more worried about our government having the ability to censor having been a metalhead in the 80's (I read your Slate article and I'm glad it's a moot point).
And my last girlfriend was a pretty major metalhead.
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