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How to use headrest in a sentence
Mom leans her head back against the wheelchair’s headrest to gaze up toward the tops of the redwoods.
If they don’t want to lug one of the memory-foam headrests on their bed at home through airports, a neck pillow will serve as a good substitute in a pinch.
Adjustable height, headrest, and armrests are also key to finding a comfortable desk chair.
Ray, a short man, had added a 2-by-4 to his seat to make the headrest hit right.A CIA spyplane crashed outside Area 51 a half-century ago. This explorer found it. | Sarah Scoles | January 5, 2021 | Popular-Science
The removable headrest is cured at 135 degrees to support your head and neck.Great office chairs to stop the slump and create comfort | PopSci Commerce Team | November 24, 2020 | Popular-Science
He sat down in his chair, laid his head back in the headrest and pulled the helmet down over his forehead.The Game of Rat and Dragon | Cordwainer Smith
He stepped in and gripped the bat-shaped gearshift, adjusted the headstone-shaped headrest, and got rolling.Makers | Cory Doctorow
He was hurled back against the headrest with a force that filled his head with winking stars.Dave Dawson at Casablanca | Robert Sydney Bowen
Eugene put his hand on ol man Dorts forehead an pushed him back into the headrest.Friar Tuck | Robert Alexander Wason
Feather pillows and beds took the place of straw pallets with a log of wood for a headrest.Women of England, Volume 9 (of 10) | Burleigh James Bartlett
British Dictionary definitions for headrest
a support for the head, as on a dentist's chair or car seat
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