bedhead

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bed head

or bed·head  (bĕd′hĕd′)
n. Slang
Hair that is unkempt, matted, or tousled, especially from being compressed or disheveled during sleep.

bedhead

(ˈbɛdhɛd) or

bed-head

n
Brit a board fixed to the end of the bed behind one's head
Translations

bedhead

[ˈbedhed] Ntestero m, cabecera f

bedhead

bed-head [ˈbɛdhɛd] n (British)tête f de lit

bedhead

[ˈbɛdˌhɛd] ntestata (del letto)
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To-night, in his bedroom, between the bed-head and the wall, I have seen IT behind young Mr.
The gates had opened of themselves, and the king, ostensibly at least, had no other guard at his bed-head but his mother.
By the bed-head stood a rickety cupboard on four feet with a door that continually rattled with a sound like castanets.
com) SICK of bed-head hair and creased faces when you wake up?
To join in the fun share your early morning bed-head selfie and text HOSPITAL to 50300 to donate [euro]4.
Her style spans effortlessly from Bohemian to rock-chick and always accessorised with bed-head hair.
6) was romantic mini-break heaven, with velvet bed-head, rolltop bath and a chandelier.
There's only so far you can go using the 'I'm working the bed-head hair trend' excuse every day at the office.
HER mussedup bed-head hair is almost as much a trademark as her svelte body and everpresent attitude, so when Kate Moss's hairdresser decided to launch his own range of hair products there was only going to be one face for his range.
Loop around a mirror, over a bed-head, or round a picture.
Two days later came the sad little story of eight-month-old Liam Dawson, from Hull, who fell between a mattress and a bed-head and was throttled while sleeping beside his mother.
My boyfriend, a sexy clown with perpetual bed-head, shrugged and smiled expectantly.