Definition of Headrooms

1. headroom [n] - See also: headroom



Lexicographical Neighbors of Headrooms

headquartering
headquarters
headquarters staff
headrace
headraces
headrail
headrails
headrest
headrests
headrig
headright
headrigs
headring
headrings
headroom
headrooms (current term)
headrope
headropes
headrush
headrushes
headrushing
heads
heads-up
heads-up display
heads-up displays
heads-ups
heads I win, tails you lose
heads of agreement
heads of government
heads of hair

Literary usage of Headrooms

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Tunneling: Short and Long Tunnels of Small and Large Section Driven Through by Eugene Lauchli (1915)
"197, and the shallow headrooms for type A. The roof is connected to the side walls with a tongue-and-groove construction joint. Both side walls and arches ..."

2. Tunneling: Short and Long Tunnels of Small and Large Section Driven Through by Eugene Lauchli (1915)
"197, and the shallow headrooms for type A. The roof is connected to the side walls with a tongue-and-groove construction joint. Both side walls and arches ..."

3. The History of Old Dundee, Narrated Out of the Town Council Register, with by Alexander Maxwell (1884)
"... occupy certain lime pots situat within the bounds of their headrooms, contigue to the common burn and watergang of the mills, and will nocht desist ..."

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