Examples of mane in a Sentence
an actor with a thick mane of silver hair
Recent Examples of mane from the Web
One day toward the end of November at a courthouse near LAX, just past 9 a.m., a doorway beside the clerk's desk opened and Blake Leibel shuffled in — a large, imposing man with a mane of curly brown hair and a pallid complexion.
In honor of Mike Gundy’s glorious mane, let’s mullet over a good matchup with an awesome OSU offense and Va. Tech’s typically great D. Stanford running back Bryce Love, a Heisman finalist, will be tested in the Alamo Bowl vs. TCU.
Drawing inspiration from the artist’s appearance in real life, the vocally inclined pony sports a two-toned black and blonde mane, oversized bow and bangs that shield her eyes.
From icy, to seafoam, to cobalt, and anywhere in between, see our list of 14 blue hair ideas courtesy of our favorite mane muses.
While the cool kicks were released last weekend to much fanfare, Kardashian West put her own ladylike twist on the palette starting with her frosty mane to her icy boots.
Professional wig-makers crafted his silky white mane.
In one, she is shown in a Joan of Arc-like pose, raising a Palestinian flag, framed by her easily recognizable mane of blonde curls.
In a riotous interlude that does little to further the plot, three Lipizzaner-like horses - all tossing manes and Austrian accents - mock the clumsy bulls and challenge them to a dance-off.
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Origin and Etymology of mane
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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