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  • n. A covering for the head


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  • If you can find scrubs or whatever they call the headcover thing in slightly whimsical patterns, like Spongebob, younger kids will warm to you as well.

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  • After mins of looking downward and fishing I caught the release, just as my sweaty headcover fell.

    Oops! I dropped my...

  • Your gap toothed divot tool or a headcover that had your smile.


  • Lucy blessed it with her wand, which is actually her toddler-sized golf driver with a Rameses headcover.

    microscopic is tinier than miniscule

  • We wanted to create a headcover that is not only a nice accessory but also a healthy option.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Once, after wed made the long downhill walk from the eighth green to the ninth tee at Menaggio and Cadenabbia, Andrus realized hed left a headcover back on the eighth, and Elsa hustled up and over the hill and brought it back to him without having been asked.

    The Italian Summer

  • Id seen the headcover up there, caught against the tiles, and I was almost sure that it had to have fallen off the roof and right onto the first tee in the strong winds of the day before.

    The Italian Summer

  • In the caddy masters shed, there was a bit of bad news: my hybrid headcover, which Id sent flying up onto the roof of the stone house next to the first tee while making a practice swing a few days earlier, had not been turned in.

    The Italian Summer

  • “Sar-púsh” (headcover) also called “Fez” from its old home; and “tarbrush” by the travelling

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • She said that the taxi driver who brings her every day to the green zone checkpoint has told her he cannot let her ride unless she wears a headcover.

    Archive 2006-06-01


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