- a fan and follower of the rock group the Grateful Dead；a boring or unenterprising person.
- (of a commercial driver, etc.) complete a trip without paying passengers or freight；ride (in a plane or other vehicle) without paying for a ticket
noun: Deadhead, plural noun: deadheads
verb: deadhead, 3rd person present: deadheads, gerund or present participle: deadheading, past tense: deadheaded, past participle: deadheaded
- 1. a fan and follower of the rock group the Grateful Dead the Deadhead hard core shadows the band, selling tie-dyes and beads
- 2. informal a boring or unenterprising person.
- 3. North American a passenger or member of an audience with a free ticket.
- ▪ US informal a commercial carrier with no paying passengers or freight on a trip.
- 4. a sunken or partially submerged log.
- 1. North American informal (of a commercial driver, etc.) complete a trip without paying passengers or freight trucks deadheading into California to pick up outbound loads
- ▪ US ride (in a plane or other vehicle) without paying for a ticket he calls his airline and gets a seat on the red-eye to deadhead to Boston
- 2. remove dead flower heads from (a plant) to encourage further blooming.
- a boring or unenterprising person: you're just a deadhead
- remove dead flower heads from (a plant): deadhead and spray rose bushes
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