Examples from the Web for redhead
A Fish and Wildlife special agent collected the bodies of two birds at the site, a redhead duck and a mourning dove.Two Texas Regulators Tried to Enforce the Rules. They Were Fired.|David Hasemyer, InsideClimate News|December 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Being a redhead has become so en vogue now with the Jessica Chastains and Emma Stones of the world.Nicole Kidman on Her Sexy, Award-Worthy Turn in ‘The Paperboy’|Marlow Stern|December 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“I feel a special sorority with redheads, because I feel like as a redhead, we pay our dues,” said Chastain.
When the interrogator enters the room, Pickton tells him that the montage is missing a redhead.
Anna Chapman is the Russian redhead that launched a thousand Bond girl fantasies.
The Redhead closely resembles in flavor the Canvasback, and often is mistaken for it.The Century Cook Book|Mary Ronald
Redhead ran up the nearest tree; as it happened, the one in which was Bannertail, and in an instant the enemies were face to face.Bannertail|Ernest Thompson Seton
Similar to the guttural sound made by the Canvas-back, Redhead and other diving Ducks.Color Key to North American Birds|Frank M. Chapman
The former two are strongly absorptive, as may be seen from the results of experiments by Guthrie and Redhead.
At last when he could think of no more cajoling names, he called her “Redhead.”Sleep Walking and Moon Walking|Isidor Isaak Sadger
British Dictionary definitions for redhead
Word Origin and History for redhead
The Carrot pate be sure you hate, for she'l be true to no man,
But put her too 't and she will do 't, and oft turns very common:
She that is red upon the head will doubtless ne'r forsake it,
But wanton be, assuredly, and willingly will take it.
["The True Lover's Admonition," Roxburghe Ballads, c.1680]