Noun(1) long coarse hair growing from the crest of the animal's neck(2) growth of hair covering the scalp of a human being
(1) It seems an unfair epitaph to bear, but his elbow is now fixed almost as firmly in the nation's mind as his mane of blond hair.(2) A lion with a majestic mane has long been a trophy coveted by big game hunters in Africa.(3) He had a thick mane of dark hair, usually slicked back but at times becomingly tousled.(4) The former also has long hair on the back of its neck, in the same place as the mane of a horse but shorter.(5) She lifted herself onto the back of the mare and buried her fingers into the mane of the horse.(6) It came towards the house at an incredible speed, its raven mane tossing wildly in the wind.(7) All he sees is the rich mane of chestnut hair cascading around her perfect face.(8) Deep down, I think most women have at some point yearned for a mane of long, blonde hair.(9) The man was a giant, with a large flowing mane of jet black hair and a beard to match.(10) The lions ranged from 1.7 to 18 years old, but age did not turn out to be a factor in mane length or density.(11) He swished his narrow head so that his black mane fell behind him, obviously excited.(12) After combing her mane and tail hair, checking her hoofs, and braiding her tail, I began to saddle Candy up.(13) The lion shook his mane , rushed towards the creature and wounded it.(14) the horse was rushing about in the field, tossing its mane(15) Most species have a mane on the neck and a lock of hair on the forepart of the head known as a forelock.(16) Slick eye make-up and a loose mane of hair complete the predatory look.
1. head of hair ::
Different Formsmane, maned, manes
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