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  • n. Plural form of ringlet.


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  • By-the-by, the young man has his hair done up in ringlets, while his father sticks to the old style, so perhaps the ringlets are a new masher fashion of the Arab tribes.

    Three Months in the Soudan

  • His forehead, haloed by golden ringlets, is high and far more bleached than Eleonora's.

    Bronzino's Medici portraits – review

  • Anis Mogjani — small, yet lanky, seemingly elastic; with longish dark hair culminating in ringlets — loped across the stage and dazzled.

    returning to the national slam as an observer, 8 years later : Jeffrey McDaniel : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • Tadpole, bless her little ringlets, is just letting her French side shine on through.


  • It lay on the table in ringlets of gold, which seemed to writhe, as if they too were suffering.

    Purple Springs

  • He was a tall, limber fellow, with a very swarthy skin and black, oily-looking hair that fell in short ringlets about his ears and neck, and a black, drooping mustache which gave him a rather hang-dog look.

    Saint Martin's Summer

  • And your bright hair in ringlets across my cheek blown

    The Four Winds of Eirinn

  • Now he saw that the golden hair flowed in ringlets around a fair, roseate face, soft and bright with feeling and intelligence.

    The Hidden Hand

  • Her hair, a veritable crown of gold, clustered in short ringlets over her shapely head, half hiding the ivory brow, beneath which eyes of deep and glorious grey flashed out in tender majesty.

    Allan Quatermain

  • Her hair of steely gray was worn in short ringlets, and she was attired in a dress of ashen gray silk, trimmed with the same material.

    Tea Party Teachings


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