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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of headbang.


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  • With a soaring, melancholic chorus, "The Grain" repeatedly returns to a powerful riff that is the stuff that headbangs are made out of.


  • Laura Pleasants, a rare metal frontwoman, and Phillip Cope trade off stirring lead vocals, and Ms. Pleasants's hair undulates beautifully as she headbangs.

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  • Seriously, the guy headbangs as though he were actively trying to violently shake his head free from his shoulders, like he wants his skull to detach and fly off into the crowd.


  • Granted the guitar rifts, Stroud clearly embraced his rock star side, throwing out full-fledged headbangs left and right, mixing them up with exaggerated strums on his guitar and flirty smiles at the girl beside me.

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  • Voldemort headbangs all the way to Dumbledore's office

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  • *headbangs to theme song while btvs kicks kitteh booteh*

    vampire cat smiles… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Instead of hunching over a laptop with a furrowed brow and stern face, he headbangs behind the decks, jumps on speaker stacks and does everything humanly possible to get the crowd to "go - Zap 2 News & Buzz


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