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As a rule their head dress was the customary Indian one of feathers.

The Bihé head dress was more flaunting but not a whit less becoming.

They wore no head dress, and their hair was done up in the latest style.

The style of head dress, as a rule, was of the simplest description.

In the absence of signal flags, the head dress or other substitute may be used.

It means a head dress, a cloth to cover, a neck cloth, a napkin.

It is impossible to imagine a head dress that looks better than this.

She wore the large black Alsatian head dress, in one corner of which was pinned a small tri-colored cockade.

He thought the ears were part of the head dress of a savage and let fly a volley of bullets at it.

My choice of head dress is a good grade, long wool toque which can be drawn down over the forehead and ears.