Definition of 'mane'
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But instead of feathers, this aerial escort has a mane of blonde hair and a whirring propeller on her back. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The distinctive mane of grey hair had been replaced by a snowy beard and glasses. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The horse 's mane can be washed at the same time as his body. Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)It's as deep as his mane of greying hair. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Well, she was with her mane man after all. The Sun (2011)Maybe he misses being the mane man, right. The Sun (2012)He turned up at training yesterday sporting a new hair style that looked like a lion 's mane. The Sun (2006)City's mane man had wanted the drastic haircut for a while but needed time to mullet over. The Sun (2010)Short fringe at the front, a few wayward tresses flapping at the side and long mane at the back. Times, Sunday Times (2009)THREE young lions have a group hug as the mane man returns to his two brothers after a night away. The Sun (2012)But yesterday her long mane was back at a launch for the X Factor final. The Sun (2015)I ran my hand through my unquestionably thick and glistening mane and thought that, you know what, they might be right. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'mane'
British English: mane NOUN
The mane on a horse or lion is the long thick hair that grows from its neck.
The horse's mane can be washed at the same time as his body.
Definition of mane from the Collins English Dictionary
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