There were six feet of head-room below, and she was crown-decked and flush-decked.
“She has lots of head-room here,” Horace said as they went below.
She was crown-decked and flush-decked, and had six feet of head-room below.
It was in none of the best of repair, was seven feet square inside, and held five feet of head-room under the roof-tree.
Imagine an apartment about thirty feet long by twenty feet wide, with plenty of head-room.
The cellar covered the entire lower part of the house, and was so high as to leave plenty of head-room.
Then we open paths, renew our society, enlarge our work, make elbow-room and head-room enough in the world.
The old “head-room” was necessary to protect the brakeman who worked atop of the box-cars.
You can see how the heat of the fire on a cold night is sent back into the tent; and there's aplenty of head-room here.
In taking an up jump leave him abundance of head-room, and sit well back, lest in his effort he knock you in the face.