header[ hed-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF header
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEADER
Stepping off the header without stopping it, he ran up to Emil who had dismounted.
So he took a header from his bed into the water, and swam down the angle.
At all events, a bold “header” could not have had for him a more unfortunate ending.
Some folks, now, might take a header into one o' them old lead-mines.
Her first idea was to disappear, to take a header into the black water!
I remember the captain saying he looked as if he was going to take a header.
Taken a header into the river, dived, and swum for his life.
The pipe is brought down and connected into the end of a header.
“Your saddle came loose and you took a header,” explained Curt.
It springs from the chimney breast to the header of wood in front.