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  • n. Alternative form of longhair.

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Examples

  • Some say they dressed like the people on the Roseanne show did and made that look really hip, bringing back long hair and thrift store fashion with its surly, introspective, hard-rocking themes of alienation and rejection of the stale hype over what some were now seeing as a discredited American dream.

    Roseanne Archy

  • She is on welfare now and he has long hair and an Indian headband and says Oooom a lot.

    The Women’s Room

  • Tonight she has her long hair down, knife-straight.

    DANI NOIR

  • But I didn't want long hair as much as I wanted to rock my head, purge the demons from my thoughts, and still thehaintthat rattled my bones.

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • His beard had grown in to the spiky stage and his hair stood up in a stiff umbel, uncut; no Roman wore a beard or long hair save after a death or some other huge calamity.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • Zoya is blond and perfect, her long hair arranged in two tidy braids with bows at the ends, her black apron buttoned over her smart brown dress with a white collar, always starched.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • The scene faded and the other Audrina was again in school, with a huge, ugly boy with pimples seated behind her, and again, lock by lock, he was dipping her long hair into his India-ink bottle.

    My Sweet Audrina

  • I even know your name is Audrina Adelle Adare, the girl with the beautiful long hair that changes colors.

    My Sweet Audrina

  • The sandals he gave me were still thin-soled, but they fit, and the cloth he brought for my headgear was better in hiding long hair than the loose kufjvyah my three companions wore.

    O Jerusalem

  • We may love the brass-buttoned general riding at the head of his troops, waving his saber and spurring his frothy mount while his long hair flashes in the wind like a banner, but we must remember the war as a tragic, bloody half-decade that cost America close to 700,000 lives.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

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