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There are 20 eleven-letter words beginning with HEAD

HEADACHIESTheadachiest adj. Superlative form of headachy: most headachy.
HEADACHY adj. having a headache, also HEADACHEY.
HEADBANGERSheadbangers n. Plural of headbanger.
HEADBANGINGheadbanging n. A type of dance associated with hard rock or heavy metal music, in which the head is shaken violently…
headbanging v. Present participle of headbang.
HEADBANGING n. the act of shaking the head vigorously in time with loud rock music.
HEADBOROUGHheadborough n. (Historical, law) Synonym of tithingman: the head of a tithing.
headborough n. (Historical, law) Synonym of tithingman: a peace officer or underconstable.
HEADBOROUGH n. (historical) the head of a frankpledge, tithing, or decennary; a petty constable.
HEADCHEESESheadcheeses n. Plural of headcheese.
head␣cheeses n. Plural of head cheese.
HEADCHEESE n. (US) brawn.
HEADDRESSESheaddresses n. Plural of headdress.
head-dresses n. Plural of head-dress.
head␣dresses n. Plural of head dress.
HEADHUNTERSheadhunters n. Plural of headhunter.
head-hunters n. Plural of head-hunter.
head␣hunters n. Plural of head hunter.
HEADHUNTINGheadhunting v. Present participle of headhunt.
headhunting n. (Anthropology) The practice of cutting off and preserving the head of one’s enemy.
headhunting n. The active recruitment of executive or talented personnel.
HEADINESSESheadinesses n. Plural of headiness.
HEADINESS n. the state of being heady.
HEADMASTERSheadmasters n. Plural of headmaster.
HEADMASTER n. a man heading the staff of a school.
HEADQUARTERheadquarter v. (US, transitive) To provide (an organization) with headquarters.
headquarter v. (US, intransitive) To establish headquarters.
HEADQUARTER v. to make one's headquarters.
HEADREACHEDHEADREACH v. to make distance to windward in tacking.
HEADREACHESHEADREACH v. to make distance to windward in tacking.
HEADSCARVESheadscarves n. Plural of headscarf.
head-scarves n. Plural of head-scarf.
head␣scarves n. Plural of head scarf.
HEADSPRINGSheadsprings n. Plural of headspring.
headsprings v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of headspring.
HEADSPRING n. a fountain, a source.
HEADSQUARESheadsquares n. Plural of headsquare.
HEADSQUARE n. a square of material used as a covering for the head.
HEADSTREAMSheadstreams n. Plural of headstream.
HEADSTREAM n. the stream forming the highest, most remote source of a river.
HEADTEACHERheadteacher n. The most senior teacher in a school who is responsible for its management and administration.
head␣teacher n. Alternative form of headteacher.
HEADTEACHER n. a teacher in charge of a school.
HEADWAITERSheadwaiters n. Plural of headwaiter.
HEADWAITER n. the head of the dining-room staff of a restaurant or hotel.
HEADWORKERSheadworkers n. Plural of headworker.
HEADWORKER n. one who does headwork, mental work.

Scrabble words — in black are valid world wide — in RED are not valid in North America — in GREEN are valid only in North America.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org and 1Word.ws.

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