Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of rattail.

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Examples

  • When I told him I was thinking about buying a winter scarf, he suggested that rattails might go with the jacket nicely.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • Tamara Kuznetsova, a heavy girl with hair braided in two rattails down her back, lumbers to the microphone with a stack of notes in her hands.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • Tamara Kuznetsova, a heavy girl with hair braided in two rattails down her back, lumbers to the microphone with a stack of notes in her hands.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • Garriott wears two rattails, which he's been cultivating for more than 20 years.

    Going to Space? First Stop: Eight Months of Grueling Training in Russia's Star City

  • Nobody seemed to have recognized her, not with rattails of hair wriggling down her normally immaculate face.

    The Edge of Madness

  • David pointed across the street, and she looked and saw the Canman, unmistakable, the billow of dirty-tanish rattails, the pale blob of the face against the black plastic bag he carried on one shoulder, the long army overcoat, the loping stride.

    Enemy Within

  • David pointed across the street, and she looked and saw the Canman, unmistakable, the billow of dirty-tanish rattails, the pale blob of the face against the black plastic bag he carried on one shoulder, the long army overcoat, the loping stride.

    Enemy Within

  • David pointed across the street, and she looked and saw the Canman, unmistakable, the billow of dirty-tanish rattails, the pale blob of the face against the black plastic bag he carried on one shoulder, the long army overcoat, the loping stride.

    Enemy Within

  • Screams of feminine horror as a few other guys follow him, then the shower room is filled with the sound of snapping rattails.

    A King of Infinite Space

  • I felt like I was in the presence of Steven Seagal, with less rattails.

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