Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of headcover.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Griff Wigley: I got an email along the line of 'headcovers' and 'woody' which I don't ...

    Locally Grown Northfield

  • I see women with headcovers (mantillas) in church and women with short-shorts, with everything in-between.

    The Art of Frederick Morgan: Examples of 19th Century Modest, Feminine Dress

  • There are also tough restrictions on what they can wear on their heads — official Ryder Cup caps only — the bags carried by their caddies, and the branding of headcovers on their clubs.

    The Rich Life of a Ryder Cup Captain

  • In my opinion that's why some golfers wear clown-like clothes, or put stuffed-animal headcovers in their bags to remind themselves how silly and festive the whole enterprise is supposed to be.

    Taking Yourself Private

  • During our stay at the lake, I never made the arduous trip back to Golf Club Lanzo to play a second round though I did make the arduous drive back to retrieve one of the two lost headcovers that had been turned in, but I will remember for a long time the expression on the face of another golfer there.

    The Italian Summer

  • Just behind the clubhouse, a few yards below and to the right of the eighteenth green, the caddy masters quarters were housed in a musty, tile-roofed shed crammed tight with members bags, small piles of lost hats and headcovers, tools, hoses, elettrici, and carrelli.

    The Italian Summer

  • We have 21 models of headcovers and produce more than 2000 pieces a month.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Four woods, safety pins for future skirt mishaps, lipstick, plastic thermos of sweet tea, pastel headcovers with pom-poms, a compact, breath mints, and a battery-operated handheld fan

    Suddenly Southern

  • Some of these bylaws prohibit women from leaving the house after 9 p.m. without being accompanied by her muhrim (lawful spouse or male relative), some of them implored Muslim women who works as civil servants to wear jilbab (headcovers).

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • Whether you are getting your first set of headcovers or are adding to your new or used collection, be sure to see my new article about

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