nailhead

IPA: nˈeɪɫhɛd

noun

  • The head of a nail.

Examples of "nailhead" in Sentences

  • Modern platform style, nailhead detail, casual linen upholstery.
  • If I missed the nailhead, I put a big dent or hole in the roof panel.
  • "nailhead" V-8 engine with a two-barrel carb and a Dynaflow auto trans.
  • Then the rod may be depressed in order to free the clip from the nailhead.
  • Place it against a wall, tap the nailhead, and the nail goes in quite straight.
  • When that happens, the stand is being supported just by the nailhead, and all it takes is for the weight of a hunter to collapse the structure.
  • With luck, you get some old-school salesman who actually knows the merch and can explain the difference between, say, a sharkskin and a nailhead.
  • In 1981, as a young reporter with Time magazine, Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter made his first order—a double-breasted nailhead suit and a sports jacket—and has been a devoted Anderson & Sheppard man ever since.
  • Tired of using her skills to design inconsequential items such as nailhead trim, Ms. Pilloton decided to focus on how she could partner her valuable skills with projects that would empower communities and individuals. is a non-profit agency focusing on the potential for design to improve human life.

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