from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. To remove the lid from (a barrel or cask).

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To take out the head of.
  • transitive v. To decapitate; to behead.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To take the head from; remove the head of; deprive of the head or of a head.


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un- +‎ head


  • They forced CBS News to do ANOTHER EVENING NEWS BROADCAST ABOUT THIS ISSUE, to the tune of almost 6 minutes long - 6 minutes long for a nightly news broadcast? unhead of!


  • Staring straight unhead, unmoved, even though the ground shook beneath her knees as she knelt, Crysania's gray eyes glowed with an eerie, inner light.

    Time of the Twins

  • Didn't even need patching - virtually unhead of for a LucasArts game!

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • Remember 486's with slow video cards and high resoloution monitors was almost unhead of for the PC world.

    O'Reilly News

  • Such gains are not unhead of, particularly to national media marketing related businesses, if investors can stick it out for 2-5 years.

    National Media Company - Entertainment Promotion Outsourcing


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