Greatly superior to, as in This book is head and shoulders above her first one. This expression transfers physical stature to other kinds of status. [ Mid-1800s ]
- Head-and-tail light
[hed-n teyl] /ˈhɛd n ˈteɪl/ noun 1. a small South American characin fish, Hemmigrammus ocellifer, having shiny red eyes and tail spots, often kept in aquariums.
noun, Jazz, Popular Music. 1. a roughly outlined musical arrangement that is played from memory and is often learned by ear. noun 1. (jazz) a spontaneous orchestration
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[hed-band] /ˈhɛdˌbænd/ noun 1. a worn around the ; fillet. 2. Printing. a for decorative effect at the of a chapter or of a page in a book. 3. a sewed or glued to the or tail of the back of a book, or to both, often to protect and strengthen the binding but sometimes […]