ponytailed


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po·ny·tail

 (pō′nē-tāl′)
n.
A gathering of hair that is fastened close to the head so that the hair hangs down like a pony's tail.

po′ny·tailed′ adj.
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ponytailed

(ˈpəʊnɪˌteɪld)
adj
having a ponytail
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