خصلة شعر مرفوعة فوق الجبين
- خصلة شعر مرفوعة فوق الجبين
Noun(1) a tuft of hair that grows in a different direction from the rest of the hair and usually will not lie flat
(1) a little sprig of a cowlick stood up on the back of her head(2) But gradually the door creaked open, though all I could see was a cowlick and the crown of what I thought was a juvenile's head.(3) Zeke leaned over, his white-gloved hands splayed on the counter, and his shaggy, ruffled black hair forming a cowlick .(4) He adjusted his tie and slicked back his cowlick , ready for the prowl.(5) Wisps of white, thinning hair stood up around the electronic appendage in an adorable old guy cowlick .(6) Trap the cowlick between them, pull it into position and blow-dry.(7) He finished applying the gel to his hair, although he couldn't get rid of that annoying cowlick in the back, and left the bathroom.(8) He looked up to her face and brushed a stray cowlick at the top of her head back into the river of brown hair.(9) His hair was brown, and a cowlick stood out from the crown of his head.(10) He had light hair with a slight cowlick in the front.(11) his hair was cut short with a cowlick dropping over at the front(12) She smiled up at him, smoothing down the unruly cowlick that rested atop his mop of rakishly tousled brunette hair.(13) The boy-leader looked younger again, with the cowlick and the grin that he tried to fight down.(14) Use the clippies to add lift at the hairline or to trick a cowlick into submission.(15) His hair still stuck out like he had a dozen cowlicks .(16) His forehead furrowed lightly under the shadow of the strawberry-blonde cowlicks that adorned his hairline.
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