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ducktail

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Pronunciation: /ˈdʌkteɪl
 
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Definition of ducktail in English:

noun

North American term for duck's arse.
Example sentences
  • Leather jackets and ducktails make up for any sense of direction or motivation among these characters as they meander through high school, girls, and the soda shop.
  • His hair was combed back into a perfect ducktail, and on top two tiny curls fell from his pomp.
  • Melissa is a bit more punk, androgynous in her dyed-blond ducktail.

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