from The Century Dictionary.
- To fit or furnish with a head again, as a cask or a nail.
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The rehead white fixie in the bed, bedroom pictures.
The fiery rehead with the sword: that's you tonight?
This guy should be able to rehead it before the end of Bush's first term of office.
He gave a mighty pull to his own oar to rehead the boat.
F. B-- W. _Love Charm from a F.al's F.rehead_ (Vol. viii., p. 292.).
School Superintendent John M. Hough said he has been assured by general contractor King-Hunter Inc. of Greensboro that these three projects and the M.rehead High School auditorium will be done by fall.
M.rehead State University's George M. Luckey Academic Honors Program will host the Kentucky Honors Roundtable, Feb. 19-20.