Recent Examples of horsehair from the Web
Buff it with a clean cloth and brush it again with a horsehair brush.
Cellos are a string instrument with a sweet and mellow tone; blowjobs, so far as common knowledge goes, do not involve drawing a horsehair bow across anything.
Taylor explained that the barristers had tried to walk an aesthetic line between modernity and the heritage that clients expect of people who are sometimes still required to wear a horsehair wig to court.
His uniform was authentic, down to the ruffles on his shirt (signifying an officer), leather breeches, guards, waistcoat, and the feathers and horsehair on his helmet.
And yet, once again, Zvyagintsev’s touch is light as falling snow or horsehair on a violin.
Her breastbone, rib cartilage and internal organs were also removed before the body cavity was stuffed with grasses and sewn up with horsehair.
Ms. Dallago said, gently passing wooden brushes made of horsehair.
In addition to the workshop, Heer plans to offer nightly rentals of an adjacent studio space, which houses two bespoke horsehair mattresses to try out, and bed linen from north Italy.
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HORSEHAIR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of horsehair for English Language Learners
: hair from the mane or tail of a horse
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