forelock

  1. a lock of hair growing (or falling) over the forehead
  2. a lock of a horse's mane that grows forward between the ears

forelock

[n] - a lock of hair growing (or falling) over the forehead 2. [n] - a lock of a horse`s mane that grows forward between the ears
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Forelock

Fore'lock` noun 1. The lock of hair that grows from the forepart of the head. 2. (Mech.) A cotter or split pin, as in a slot in a bolt, to prevent retraction; a linchpin; a pin fastening the cap-square of a gun. Forelock bolt , a bolt retained by a key, gib, or cotte...
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forelock

1. The lock of hair that grows from the forepart of the head. ... 2. <mechanics> A cotter or split pin, as in a slot in a bolt, to prevent retraction; a linchpin; a pin fastening the cap-square of a gun. Forelock bolt, a bolt retained by a key, gib, or cotter passing through a slot. ... Forelock hook, a winch or whirl by which a bunch of thre...
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forelock

foretop noun a lock of a horse`s mane that grows forward between the ears
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Forelock

• (n.) A cotter or split pin, as in a slot in a bolt, to prevent retraction; a linchpin; a pin fastening the cap-square of a gun. • (n.) The lock of hair that grows from the forepart of the head.
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Forelock

A forelock is a wedge put through a hole in a bolt to keep the bolt in place.
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forelock

Type: Term Pronunciation: fōr′lok Definitions: 1. The lock of hair that grows just above the forehead.
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Forelock

The hair growing between a horse's ears that falls on the forehead; a horse's "bangs"
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Forelock

The forelock or foretop is a part of a horse`s mane, that grows from the animal`s poll and falls forward between the ears and onto the forehead. Some breeds, particularly pony breeds, have a naturally thick forelock, while other breeds, such as many Thoroughbreds, have a thinner forelock. Primitive wild equines such as the Przewalski`s horse wi......
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