unhead

Related to unhead: Unheard of

unhead

(ʌnˈhɛd)
vb (tr)
1. to cut off someone's head
2. to remove the head or top from something
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45pm: Anticipation builds unhead of the unveiling of the Founder's Memorial.
While the reported sum of money that will be invested in Pogba is unhead of, the bigger picture suggests that the deal actually makes sense for Manchester United in financial terms.
is Mount, see OED orohydrography) UNHEADERS (OED unhead) UNHEADEST (OED unhead vb) UNLEADEST (OED unlead vb)