Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


We arrive, then, at the foundation of taste for a lady's head-dress.

Her head-dress is of white lace, trimmed with white satin ribbons.

I suppose Betty's been making an Indian head-dress for herself.

The head-dress, however, gives the most singular finish to the costume.

The name comes from the Arab Saracens, who wore it in their head-dress.

There was nothing outré about either the shirt, the pantaloons, the head-dress, or foot-gear.

The leader, a peacock-fan flashing in his head-dress, personated Krishna.

The Tuarick costume is the same as that of the Arabs, with the exception of the head-dress.

Kiddie left the head-dress and other garments where Simon Sprott had placed them.

The absence of a head-dress is another point of Indian resemblance.