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Definition of an afro

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Other terms relating to 'hair, facial hair':

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Definitions include: long hair.
Definitions include: a mullet on a woman.
Definitions include: Bangs, the hair that hangs over your forehead
Definitions include: to be arrested and put in a jail cell.
Definitions include: a haircut or hair style.
Definitions include: hair that has been put awry by wearing a hat.
Definitions include: a girl who has dyed her hair blonde.
Definitions include: shortened form of "mustache".
Definitions include: a hair style that is short in the front and on the top, and long in the back.
Definitions include: facial hair between the bottom lip and the chin; "flavor-saver".

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Other terms relating to 'afro':

Definitions include: pubic hair that is kept in a style that compares to a microphone head.

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