Noun(1) a plait of braided hair
(1) All models include a 24-inch pigtail terminated with an N, female connector.(2) The antenna was made from a surplus pizza-dish satellite rig, a polished tomato soup can and a length of co-ax that descended to a pigtail with the right fitting for a wireless card.(3) Twist the ends of the wires being connected with the pigtail wire tightly together.(4) Pink ponytail holders held her white hair in pigtails , and there was a cherry flush in her cinnamon cheeks.(5) I imagined cute little blonde, with hair in pigtails just above her ears, and maybe a little pink sundress.(6) A young girl trainer around 10 with pigtailed hair was standing in front of the counter staring at Caitlin curiously.(7) She pointed to the left side of the room, to a table that a boy with midnight black hair and a girl with blonde hair up in pigtails sat at.(8) I spun around to see Rebecca with her hair in pigtails and pom-poms in her hand.(9) She had her hair in pigtails that went around her chin, curling under.(10) She had long flowing black hair tied in pigtails high on her head with three little bells attached to each.(11) She had on a pair of Disney princess sneakers, her hair pulled back in pigtails by pink elastic bands.(12) She finished putting her hair in pigtails , put on her makeup, and pulled on a white bucket hat.(13) Standing next to her was a young girl of about 10 with brown hair in pigtails , blue eyes and darkish skin.(14) But hang on, isn't it half price if you have your hair in pigtails ?(15) He half expected her hair to be in pigtails with ribbons.(16) It's starting to look stupid when you wear your hair in pigtails .
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