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- n. The head of a nail.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. flattened boss on the end of nail opposite to the point
- n. something resembling the head of a nail that is used as an ornamental device
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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"nailhead" V-8 engine with a two-barrel carb and a Dynaflow auto trans.
In 1981, as a young reporter with Time magazine, Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter made his first order—a double-breasted nailhead suit and a sports jacket—and has been a devoted Anderson & Sheppard man ever since.
When that happens, the stand is being supported just by the nailhead, and all it takes is for the weight of a hunter to collapse the structure.
Place it against a wall, tap the nailhead, and the nail goes in quite straight.
With luck, you get some old-school salesman who actually knows the merch and can explain the difference between, say, a sharkskin and a nailhead.
If I missed the nailhead, I put a big dent or hole in the roof panel.
Modern platform style, nailhead detail, casual linen upholstery.
While not drool-worthy, I do enjoy the detailing on the nailhead table in the top left photo...and who can ignore the incredible staircase in the third row.
As R the nailhead said afterwards and I'll admit he's right about it, it's all for "the nod", as was eloquently described in Groove.
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