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Synonyms for forelock

a lock of hair growing (or falling) over the forehead

a lock of a horse's mane that grows forward between the ears

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the necks of dhimmis be sealed (yukhtam) with leadm (10) and their girdles worn in plain view (yazharumanatiquhum), that they dock their forelocks and ride side-saddle upon pack saddles [.
McFarlane, 42, took the cash while working at Angela McGee's Forelocks salon in Forehill, Ayr.
CDATA[ Interview series: Ambassador Zvi Mazel: Jews are mainly represented in cartoons wearing black coats and hats with large hook noses and forelocks.
GOOD LORD: Weston-Super-Mare folk should tug their forelocks now
Fonmon Castle in the Vale of Glamorgan's the venue this Sunday - we're putting on something suitably glamorous and making sure we don't confuse our fetlocks and our forelocks.
I know more about fetlocks and forelocks than most of the celebrities invited by Cartier and the Chinawhite nightclub.
I tug my forelocks whilst feeling a certain degree of envy at such a divine image, as I was never so lucky.
The Muslim in her hijab couldn't help staring in astonishment at the blonde filly showing off slightly more than just her forelocks at the event in the Middle-East.
These bats would tug their forelocks, if they had them.
All of the footmen at Lord Merryvane's countryseat had been chosen for their broad shoulders and glorious blond forelocks, which, of coulee, Lord Merryvane never had seen in the light of day, rising as he did from his secret vault as the sun's last cursed rays faded from the sky.
In the blaze of the mid-day sun, the afflictees' sunglasses a reperched atop their forelocks.
Some young men were apparently taken with the long, floppy forelocks DiCaprio wore in the film and have asked barbers to imitate the style.
At every point, the organizers of this exhibition have chosen to downgrade his quicksilver facility and tug their forelocks to the tribal myths of Manhattan's art culture, which fears the sunshine as witches fear water and loves suffering better than pie.