What can be more different, for instance, than the river about maidenhead and the river above Marlow?
I make it eleven because if it's fine we might run down and have the day at maidenhead.
This reach at maidenhead, is one of the most popular on the river.
Yet the beauties are no less admirable than those of the adored maidenhead.
On the 11th they say they paid out three shillings in telegrams, and I was at maidenhead!'
Come, boys, Virginia longs till we share the rest of her maidenhead.
He makes love commonly with his purse, and brags most of his maidenhead.
maidenhead is on the other side of the river; Taplow opposite.
He was descended from a maidenhead tailor, one of whose sons made a fortune in Jamaica.
They are reached by a charming drive of five or six miles from maidenhead.
maidenhead maid·en·head (mād'n-hěd')
The condition or quality of being a maiden; virginity.