Definition of Cowlicks

1. Noun. (plural of cowlick) ¹



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Definition of Cowlicks

1. cowlick [n] - See also: cowlick

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cowlicks

cowitch
cowitches
cowk
cowked
cowkeeper
cowking
cowks
cowl
cowl muscle
cowled
cowleech
cowleeches
cowlesite
cowless
cowlick
cowlicks (current term)
cowlike
cowling
cowlings
cowlless
cowls
cowlstaff
cowlstaffs
cowlstaves
cowman
cowmen
cowmilk
cownose ray
coworker
coworkers

Literary usage of Cowlicks

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1. Proceedings of the United States Veterinary Medical Association (1893)
"Direction of hairs; cowlicks. cowlicks are hairs running in irregular directions from or to a given point; if the first they are eccentric, if the second ..."

2. The Exterior of the Horse by Armand Goubaux, Gustave Barrier (1904)
"Tufts, or cowlicks, may Ix1 distinguish«! as concentric and rnv/i/riV. or, again, ... of cowlicks, but it is quite different with die people of the Orient, ..."

3. Cobb's Anatomy by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb (1912)
"Some of my private collection of cowlicks had begun to stand up in a way that invited adverse criticism and reminded people of sunbursts. ..."

4. Acts of the Philippine Commission, No.1-1800 (1904)
"The notice of the sale shall contain a statement of the class, sex, age, brands, knots of radiated hair commonly known as remolinos or cowlicks, and other ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1903)
"... for the reason that the hair stands out stiffly from the body in a number of 'cowlicks ' or rosettes. In crosses the Abyssinian or rough coat regularly ..."

6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1905)
"Guinea-pigs with a rough coat are animals whose hair is arranged in rosettes or ' cowlicks ' around certain centers. Nine such centers can be recognized in ..."

7. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1899)
"In another series, prominent or deep set eyes, shortness of stature, cowlicks, ears that stand out, too prominent chin, brows that meet, large feet, ..."

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