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duck·tail

 (dŭk′tāl′)
n.
A hairstyle in which the hair is swept back at the sides to meet in an upturned point in back.

ducktail

(ˈdʌkˌteɪl)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) another name for duck's arse

DA

1. Dictionary of Americanisms.
2. District Attorney.

DA

(ˈdiˈeɪ)

n., pl. DAs, DA's.
a hairstyle in which the hair is slicked back on both sides to overlap at the back of the head like a duck's tail. Also called ducktail .
[euphemistic abbr. of duck's ass]

da.

1. daughter.
2. day.

D.A.

1. delayed action.
2. direct action.
3. District Attorney.
4. doesn't answer.
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