Antonyms for headed

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A party of sailors, headed by an officer, came out of the woods, and headed for the shore.

If ye have headed it back it is as much as your ears are worth.

When they arrived at the stable Mike headed straight for the harness room.

At the house they parted and headed the fugitive toward the stables.

Carefully she headed the car into the garage adjoining the salesrooms.

His tail was up, he was snorting loudly, and he headed straight for the hammock.

They headed in the direction the trapper had laid out for them.

She's headed for camp, and all the rest of the bunch at her heels.

This done, he put on the brake and headed his horses toward the fence.

After they had gone some distance, Will Stutely, who headed the party, suddenly stopped.