heading

Part of speech: noun

Something located at the head. as a title.

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Usage examples "heading":

  1. They were spinning along the Broughton Road now, heading for Putney and Richmond, and Hal felt her spirits rising momentarily with the joy of the motion and comfort and fresh air. - "Winding Paths", Gertrude Page.
  2. I am heading, he said, the new American efficiency movement. - "Moonbeams From the Larger Lunacy", Stephen Leacock.
  3. There is this in my favor- your friends probably don't know where Ormsgill is heading for. - "Long Odds", Harold Bindloss.