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  • n. Plural form of ponytail.


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  • And more miraculous still that these same girls in ponytails and boys in leather jackets were entrusted to become moms up late in cold kitchens testing too hot baby formula on their wrists and dads shaving 365 days times 50 years and going to work every god damned day to keep their families afloat.

    December 2002

  • You can put it up, you know, you can put it in ponytails.

    'I Love My Hair': A Father's Tribute To His Daughter

  • Connecticut is 38-0, and if the Huskies are not 39-0 by Tuesday midnight, Louisville will look like Rocky in ponytails.

    UConn women are on verge of a dynasty unlike any other

  • There were dogs and ponies, and M said, "Look at the ponies' tails--oh! that's why they're called ponytails!"

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Therefor bath scenes and getting-out-of-bed scenes feautre her hair without the ponytails, which is an important part of showing the audience all the different appearances of the character, which furthers our familiarity with them. Antenna

  • “The girl in the letter?” said Fancy, separating her hair into two low ponytails.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • They wore matching jelly shoes with Ariel and Sleeping Beauty on them, their hair in ponytails on the top of their heads.

    So Much Pretty

  • Her hair was parted down the middle and fixed in two long ponytails that bounced on the side of her head.

    A Stitch Before Dying

  • Two women with blond ponytails and skintight Lycra tights are jogging in place, waiting for the light to change.


  • Driven, quite often, by young women with sleek, silken ponytails, with one hand on the steering wheel, the other holding a tiny telephone, as they paid the least amount of attention necessary to maneuver a ton of steel in a grid of angry traffic.

    The Year Of Kahoutek


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