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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "tail" in a sentence

    tail example sentences

    tail


    tailed


    tails


    tailing


    1. It fanned its brilliantly plumed tail in pleasure when she obliged


    2. Those papers could be the reason she is on your tail


    3. Bread Crumbs started wagging her tail and then bounced off to find more food


    4. "So what's the catch Ajarn?" Tattoos weren't really her thing but she understood enough to know that although they usually worked, there was always a sting in the tail


    5. Then there had been a hold up on the motorway – doubtless the tail end of the problem which caused Stephen such a lot of hassle on the way up to Liz’s


    6. KA-BOOOOOOM! The shell fired by the militants explodes near the tail section, the plane shudders violently and cases of liquor tumble in every direction


    7. Stephen goes off to answer it while I watch the tail end of the report


    8. Imagination is a sore bed-fellow, especially when the demons have you by the tail


    9. Her long, smooth, bronze-blond hair is in a loose pony tail, sometimes in three


    10. Joris had bought her five years ago … she’d fallen in love on sight with the beautiful gg, with her white blond mane and tail setting off the pale tan colour of her coat


















































































    1. He began speeding along the hard shoulder to the left of the tailed back traffic, oblivious to the angry stares of other motorists


    2. to the urgent scratching of a pink tailed rat


    3. ’ His voice tailed off as the nurse bit at her lip, restraining her exasperated reaction


    4. He didn"t check once to see if he was being tailed


    5. " His voice tailed off, ashamed at his admission


    6. As he tailed the fleeing van, his concentration set on his


    7. I could not make up mind, so I just crashed through the wooden barricades, high tailed it to general parking, and met Nick at his reserved parking space right up against the stadium wall outside our seats


    8. nervous as a ling tailed cat in a room of rocking chairs?”


    9. Top hats with tailed tuxedoes are mixed with lamb skin work


    10. Each of them wore identical tailed tuxedoes with




























































    1. away was the fact that he was wearing the most elegant set of dress frock and tails,


    2. His staff was happy with the style and got into it, especially when they found there were good wages involved so there were now some creative artists turning out some really beautiful saddles using some of the exotic plumes that come from the tails of many species of local animals


    3. They came away remembering that the leaves don't shrivel in the dark and the animal bones aren't wood and that all the animals look like little furry people with tails and that the cities are all just the bare skeletons of buildings that they think look like abandoned ruins


    4. The fish were spiny and colorful, but adorned with prehensile tails and a row of three eyes on each side of their head where a normal fish would have gills


    5. and so he sallied out once again on the tails of endless optimism,


    6. they had caught the tails of a whirlwind, of flying romance,


    7. he buries his head a while in the frost coated tails


    8. one is black, in the centre, wrapping his coat tails


    9. For Miss Jones, however, the social breeze, which she had until now only briefly caught the coat tails of, turned into a full-blown tornado


    10. She had twin pony tails and buck teeth


















































































    1. He hung back a bit, not wanting her to think he was tailing her or anything


    2. and so, on the wing, swallow tailing,


    3. Klowa told him about Tuggot's tailing of the basinites and the fact that they never ate, drank or used the bathroom


    4. We walked in, with me tailing behind and thinking that this


    5. that was always tailing us was a bodyguard, too


    6. “No, this is just the practice squad that’s tailing along at the moment


    7. “Practice squad that’s tailing along at the moment,” Liz said sarcastically


    8. A guy stepped out of the haze, tailing Shorty


    9. The lake looked as though it had been placed especially for the benefit of the inhabitants, curling round in a comma like shape, tailing off to what appeared to be a fairly broad river, around which many red or yellow painted,


    10. Of course the two cops then headed my way again while I tried to keep a straight face while in my head I was debating the pros and cons of just high tailing out of there but I stood firm

















































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    Synonyms for "tail"

    tail after part poop quarter stern empennage tail assembly arse ass backside behind bottom bum buns butt buttocks can derriere fanny fundament hind end hindquarters keister nates posterior prat rear rear end rump seat tail end tooshie tush shadow shadower fag end bob dock chase chase after dog give chase go after tag track trail reverse back hind

    "tail" definitions

    the posterior part of the body of a vertebrate especially when elongated and extending beyond the trunk or main part of the body


    the time of the last part of something


    any projection that resembles the tail of an animal


    the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on


    a spy employed to follow someone and report their movements


    (usually plural) the reverse side of a coin that does not bear the representation of a person's head


    the rear part of an aircraft


    the rear part of a ship


    go after with the intent to catch


    remove or shorten the tail of an animal


    remove the stalk of fruits or berries