headboard

noun a vertical board or panel forming the head of a bedstead
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Headboard

[furniture] The headboard is a piece of furniture that attaches to the head of a bed. Historically, they served to isolate sleepers from drafts and cold in less insulated buildings, and thus were made of wood, which is less thermally conductive than stone or brick. Constructed to create space from the wall (via thicker end pillars) they all...
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Headboard

[train] A Train headboard is a board hung on the front of a locomotive. Generally it can depict a named train, although other purposes also exist. Headboards are distinct from locomotive nameplates. In the United Kingdom, headboards were common on the public railway in the age of steam and into the age of diesel and electric trains, althoug...
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Headboard

Head'board` (-bōrd`) noun A board or boarding which marks or forms the head of anything; as, the headboard of a bed; the headboard of a grave.
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Headboard

An upright structure rising above the mattress at the head of the bed.
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Headboard

The upright structure attached to the head of the bed frame.
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Headboard

Wood or metal plate fixed in the head of a sail.
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headboard

[n] - a vertical board or panel forming the head of a bedstead
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