dundrearies


dun·drea·ries

noun plural, often capitalized \ˌdən-ˈdrir-ēz\

Definition of DUNDREARIES

:  long flowing sideburns

Origin of DUNDREARIES

Lord Dundreary, character in the play Our American Cousin (1858), by Tom Taylor
First Known Use: circa 1922

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