any covering for the
, especially a hat, cap, bonnet, etc.
a protective covering for the
, as a steel helmet or football helmet.
the parts of a harness about the animal's
a device worn on the
and attached by wires and elastic bands to braces in the mouth, used to create backward tension in the process of repositioning protruding teeth.
a headframe and its machinery.
any head covering, esp a hat
any part of a horse's harness that is worn on the head
the hoisting mechanism at the pithead of a mine
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The prevalence of outlandish headgear suggests a festive atmosphere.
They identify radio-equipped headgear allowing direct communication from coach to player.
Headgear guaranteed to keep you cool in any weather.
Headgear to protect against rubber bullets and rocks was fashioned from cardboard, shoes and even stale pieces of bread.
Mizrahi wasn't the only designer to favor impractical headgear that season.
The headgear shall be made from materials having a low heat conductivity.