Headed meaning

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Growing or grown into a head.
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Having a head or heading.
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Having a specified kind or number of heads. Often used in combination.

A flat-headed screw; three-headed Cerberus.

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Having a mentality of a certain type. Often used in combination.

Soft-headed politicians; a cool-headed fighter pilot.

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Formed into a head, as cabbage.
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Having a heading.
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Having a (specified kind of) head.

Clearheaded.

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Having (a specified number of) heads.

Two-headed.

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Having a head or heading.
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Going towards a certain direction.

Southward headed caravans.

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(of paper) Having the sender's name, address, etc. pre-printed at the top.
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(in combination) Having a head with specified characteristics.
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Simple past tense and past participle of head.

Smith headed the team last summer.

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Origin of headed

  • head (“noun”) +‎ -ed

    From Wiktionary

  • See head (verb)

    From Wiktionary