noun Date: 1705 1. a horse's tail with little or no hair 2. grenadier 2

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  • rattail — noun a) Any of the large dark colored deep sea fish of the Macrouridae family of ray finned fish. b) A hairstyle characterized by a long lock of tail like hair dangling from the back of the head. Syn: grenadier …   Wiktionary

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