from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A relatively great amount of knowledge: a headful of baseball trivia; a headful of good stories.
- n. Informal An amount that covers the surface of the head, usually except for the face: a headful of auburn curls; a headful of shampoo.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An amount of information, emotion, etc. present in the mind.
- adj. That fills the head of a phage
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. As much as the head can hold.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quantity of information that a head will hold
- n. a covering over the surface of your head
Pattz showed up on the red carpet at the BAFTA Awards in London over the weekend sporting a headful of limp noodles!
Alan was blessed with a headful of sandy, wavy hair, big blue eyes, and sooty lashes most women would kill for.
He was still blessed with a headful of iron-gray hair and the blue-green eyes Cooper had inherited.
I'm just your run-of-the-mill, burned-out journalist with a family, sitting late nights at the keyboard with nothing but a sick headful of dreams and a stubborn streak.
One year after my ex-husband and I filed for divorce, I had a signed judgment, a shiny new set of lash extensions, and a headful of butter blonde.
With a headful of glass, you stare into the bathroom mirror.
Andrei, a large man with a headful of unruly hair, finally came up to them.
All that remains for any of us, is a headful of brilliant frozen moments, already dangerously distorted by the wisdoms of maturity. '
“The last time you was here I had a headful of bees.”
Now Stone finally takes off the shades and tells David Kamp about cleaning up his act, re-uniting with his family and band, and working on a headful of fresh songs.