eyelash

noun
eye·lash | \ˈī-ˌlash \

Definition of eyelash 

1 : the fringe of hair edging the eyelid usually used in plural

2 : a single hair of the eyelashes

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The Youth has shared multiple images of himself with Chyna on Instagram, and the couple appeared at a luncheon this weekend for Chyna's eyelash salon Lashed. Rebecca Farley, refinery29.com, "Meet Blac Chyna's New 18-Year-Old Boyfriend She Met On Christian Mingle," 1 May 2018 What’s an eyelash curler? Men have a lot of questions about women. Sophia Benoit, GQ, "Why Women Say Nothing Is Wrong When Something Is Clearly Wrong," 20 June 2018 The grand opening event will include activities and refreshments and a raffle for beauty treatments, hair and eyelash services, boutique items and hair products. Patricia Dillon, Houston Chronicle, "Business Briefs - The Woodlands for May 18-25," 18 May 2018 This can make your hair fall out on your head or other parts of your body, like your eyebrows, eyelashes, arms, legs, and genitals, according to the ACS. Korin Miller, SELF, "11 Common Chemotherapy Side Effects, Plus How to Ease Them," 18 June 2018 The Saints provided a stylist on game days, but Davis paid for semi-monthly manicures, a makeup set for community appearances, an annual spray tan membership, false eyelashes for every game and appearance and 20 pairs of tights each year. Kalyn Kahler, SI.com, "NFL Cheerleading Can Still Be Saved," 10 May 2018 Her makeup kit, with original Chanel lipstick and false eyelashes, is an extraordinary treat for fashion historians. Lisa Dejong, cleveland.com, "'Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage and Screen' wows fashion mavens in Kent (photos)," 25 Mar. 2018 But cameos by rental gunners Ersan Ilyasova and Marco Bellineli didn’t fool George and James into believing that Embiid, Simmons and Dario Saric are an eyelash from competing with the Warriors. Marcus Hayes, Philly.com, "Sixers weren't ready for LeBron James or Paul George | Marcus Hayes," 4 July 2018 Here are some of the most magical highlights from the collection: First teased on Instagram, the tailfin eyelash curler has officially come to fruition. Macaela Mackenzie, Allure, "Tarte's Full Mermaid Makeup Collection Just Dropped and It's Pool-Side Beauty Goals," 15 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of eyelash

1675, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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eyelash

noun

English Language Learners Definition of eyelash

: any one of the hairs that grow along the top of the eyelid

eyelash

noun
eye·lash | \ˈī-ˌlash \

Kids Definition of eyelash

: one of the hairs that grow along the top of the eyelid

eyelash

noun
eye·lash | \ˈī-ˌlash \

Medical Definition of eyelash 

1 : the fringe of hair edging the eyelid usually used in plural

2 : a single hair of the eyelashes

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