- An advance warning of something: the heads-up came just in time to stop the tanks from launching the final assaultMore example sentences
- I'm up to 7 now, with 2 more to go next week and still looking for ads or other heads-ups about Assistant Professors in Cell or Molecular Biology or Biochemistry.
- But with such high expectations, some anticipate at least a handful of negative heads-ups as we enter the earnings-warning season this month.
- I'm going to advance you into time and just give you a heads-up for what the future holds.
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- Showing alertness or perceptiveness: they played a very heads-up gameMore example sentences
- The Lions reacted immediately, throwing the ball wide and, for the first time since the first match, playing heads-up rugby.
- Yet she insists that heads-up utilities will benefit greatly by such programs.
- As if his one-out double, gutsy steal of third base, and heads-up jaunt home on a wild pitch to score the series-winning run against the Twins in the AL Divisional Series wasn't proof that the man can come through in the clutch.