from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A support for the head, as at the back of a chair.
- n. A cushion attached to the top of the back of an automotive vehicle's seat, especially to prevent whiplash. Also called head restraint.
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- n. The part of a seat designed to support the head
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cushion attached to the top of the back of an automobile's seat to prevent whiplash
- n. a rest for the head
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The front one, set up for Obama, has about four swivel chairs (on one, the headrest is embroidered "Obama 08") and some seats set up like a conference table.
The backseats are equipped with electronic adjustments and each headrest has its own screen.
I leaned forward as he pulled a fresh strip of sterile white paper across the headrest.
“Now lie on your belly and put your face in the headrest.”
She slid in behind the wheel and thumped the back of her skull against the headrest.
The Equus is also a temple of the venerated posterior, beginning with the 12-way-adjustable heated/cooled/massaging driver seat, with power extending seat cushion and headrest.
Hyundai The Equus is also a temple of the venerated posterior, beginning with the 12-way-adjustable heated/cooled/massaging driver seat, with power extending seat cushion and headrest.
When leaving your seat, try not to hold on to the headrest of the passenger in front of you, as they may be one of the lucky ones who manage to sleep for the whole journey.
Yes | No | Report from bigjake wrote 13 weeks 2 days ago mine rides in the back seat and likes to place her head on the top of the headrest, looking out the windshield.
He leans his seat all the way back, putting his right arm up over the back of the passenger headrest.