emotional pain or distress; sorrow; grief; anguish.
intense anguish or mental suffering
Old English heortece, in the sense of a physical pain; c.1600 in sense of “anguish of mind;” from heart + ache. Old English did, however, have heartsarnes “grief,” literally “heart-soreness.”
adjective extremely noticeable, attractive
noun, Slang. 1. a mentally exhilarating or productive experience, as one in which a person’s intellect or imagination seems to expand. 2. . noun an intellectually stimulating experience; an exploration of one’s own thoughts and feelings modifier : The Head-Trip Dodge, verbalizing without involvement, the educated filibuster noun phrase verb phrase : Man seeks companion […]
noun 1. (in singing) a vocal tone so produced as to bring the cavities of the nose and head into sympathetic vibration.
[hed-tuh-hed] /ˈhɛd təˈhɛd/ adjective 1. in direct confrontation, opposition, or competition: a head-to-head battle between the two companies. adjective 1. in direct competition noun 2. a competition involving two people, teams, etc