Definition of Sidelocks

1. Noun. (plural of sidelock) ¹



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Definition of Sidelocks

1. sidelock [n] - See also: sidelock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sidelocks

sideline
sideline cut
sidelined
sideliner
sideliners
sidelines
sideling
sidelining
sideload
sideloaded
sideloading
sideloads
sidelobe
sidelobes
sidelock
sidelocks (current term)
sidelong
sidely
sideman
sidemeat
sidemen
sidemodes
sidenote
sidenotes
sidepath
sidepaths
sidepiece
sidepieces
sideproduct
sidequest

Literary usage of Sidelocks

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1. Report of an Arch├Žological Tour in Mexico: In 1881. by Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier (1884)
"... shared by them in common with other Nahuatl pueblos of the Sierra de Zongolica.2 One is the wearing of long sidelocks, melenas, corresponding exactly to ..."

2. Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, in the Olden Time: In the Olden by John Fanning Watson (1857)
"... cut and lengthened sidelocks of the hair of the head. But there is enough for passing remark, and to preserve the record of these passing caprices of ..."

3. English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature by Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin (1889)
"Have a gown of three yards, a purse without money, a dagger for devotion ; hair hanging down to the collar in sidelocks to harbour living beasts that tickle ..."

4. Spain, Its Greatness and Decay (1479-1788).: Its Greatness and Decay (1479-1788) by Martin Andrew Sharp Hume, Edward Armstrong (1905)
"... "guedejas" (sidelocks) and long cloaks; and their discontent had been artfully kept alive by the priests and by grandees of the old Spanish school. ..."

5. Spain: Its Greatness and Decay (1479-1788). by Martin Andrew Sharp Hume (1898)
"... "guedejas" (sidelocks) and long cloaks; and their discontent had been artfully kept alive by the priests and by grandees of the old Spanish school. ..."

6. The Stranger in France: Or, A Tour from Devonshire to Paris by John Carr (1803)
"IXt The French ladies every morning anoint their heads with the antique oil, scented; their sidelocks are formed into small circle's, which just touch the ..."

7. Natives of Australia by Northcote Whitridge Thomas (1906)
"shells, and other objects are fixed to the hair with gum, or used as forehead ornaments ; and artificial sidelocks are actually in use among ..."

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