Definition of rear one's head in English:

rear one's head

1Raise one’s head.
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  • But just when I think so, yet another Craig Wilson rears his head.
  • Just when I'm least expecting it, she rears her head.
  • Smiling a toothy grin, he put his hands to his temples, his index fingers extended, and reared his head.
raise, lift (up), hold up, uplift
1.1 (rear its head) (Of an unpleasant matter) emerge; present itself: elitism is rearing its ugly head again
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  • It certainly reared its head in the past and it rears its head in the present time as well.
  • This matter has just reared its head in the election campaign.
  • And now, another base-line issue rears its head.
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