headquarters

[ hed-kwawr-terz, -kwaw- ]SEE DEFINITION OF headquarters

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEADQUARTERS

I telephoned to your headquarters, and they said you had come here.

Uncle is full of that charity which at all events has its headquarters in the home counties.

If you will permit me to use your house for a while, I shall make it my headquarters.'

“Dick Dare, you are wanted at headquarters,” said the orderly.

He went at once to headquarters, where he told General Washington what he had learned.

The secret gorge was the headquarters of the revolt, he argued.

After dinner he conveyed me to headquarters, and introduced me to his Majesty.

If you would marry me I should not care what the answer from headquarters might be.

It was at Jaslo that Dmitrieff had held his headquarters for four months.

The man at Headquarters did not trouble to reply to the question.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HEADQUARTERS

base of operation

nouncenter of authority
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