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comb US English

A strip of plastic, metal, or wood with a row of narrow teeth, used for untangling or arranging the hair

comb US Thesaurus

she combed her hair

comb-back US English

A high-backed Windsor chair with a straight top rail

rose comb US English

A fleshy comb which lies flat on the head of certain breeds of domestic fowl

tail comb US English

A comb with a tapering tail or handle used in styling to lift, divide, or curl the hair

comb jelly US English

A marine animal with a jellyfishlike body bearing rows of fused cilia for propulsion. They are typically small planktonic animals and are noted for their luminescence

curry comb US English

A handheld metal device with serrated ridges, used for removing dirt out of a horse’s coat or for cleaning brushes with which a horse is being groomed

Venus's comb US English

Another term for shepherd's needle.

virgin comb US English

A honeycomb that has been used only once for honey and never for storing eggs

fine-tooth comb US English

A comb with narrow teeth that are close together

comb something out in comb US English

Remove something from the hair by drawing a comb through it

backcomb US English

Comb (the hair) from the ends of the strands towards the scalp to make it look thicker

combover US English

Hair that is combed over a bald spot in an attempt to cover it

toothcomb US English

Used with reference to a very thorough search or analysis of something

fine-toothed comb in fine-tooth comb US English

A comb with narrow teeth that are close together

rubber curry comb in curry comb US English

A handheld comb of flexible rubber, used for grooming horses

lotusbird US English

A jacana with a pink comb on the forehead, found in Australasia and Indonesia

comb-crested jacana in lotusbird US English

A jacana with a pink comb on the forehead, found in Australasia and Indonesia