Definition of mullet
- a hair style that is short in the front and on the top, and long in the back. It is more common in rural areas of the USA than in the urban areas. In more urban areas of the USA, mullets are seen as sources of amusement and are typically mocked.
Citation from "Chapter 7", Eastbound & Down (TV), Season 2 Episode 1 (2010) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: hair, facial hair.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
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|Definitions include: someone's hidden savings, usually of money or drugs.|
|Definitions include: a mullet.|
|Definitions include: a mullet on a woman.|
|Definitions include: hair that has been put awry by wearing a hat.|
|Definitions include: messy hair from sleeping.|
|Definitions include: to have sex with.|
|Definitions include: a girl who has dyed her hair blonde.|
|Definitions include: genitalia.|
|Definitions include: any large hair style.|
|Definitions include: Bangs, the hair that hangs over your forehead|
|Definitions include: a light-blond person.|
|Definitions include: a beard or mustache, but usually a mustache.|
|Definitions include: the darkening of mens' faces late in the day due to hair growth after prior shaving.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'mullet':
|Definitions include: to have a haircut or dress in another decade.|
|Definitions include: a hair style consisting of baldness on the top of the head and long hair in the back.|
|Definitions include: alternate spelling of skullet.|
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