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frill

(frĭl)
n.
A projection, as of hair, feathers, bone, or cartilage, about the neck of an animal.

fril′li·ness n.
frill′y adj.
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Glitter is a theme along with frilly and feminine - usual looks like that.
What a surprise: Republicans feverishly exploiting their echo chamber to pound out a familiar percussive drumbeat that Democrats are weenie girly men who can't be trusted to keep their frilly underwear unsoiled, much less protect this country from terrorists.
All I knew was what I didn't want - anything girly or frilly.
but thanks to her tenacity, other lesbian students won't be turned away when they refuse to wear a frilly "scoop neck drape" in their yearbook photo.
Yenichek says the Prima Ballerina border, featuring a long-legged black ballerina in a frilly tutu, is the most popular seller so far.
Kuroda danced Shoku in a red dress and frilly white underpants, the stuttering, thrashing mores spewing from her tightly sprung body.
With his frilly cuffs and flowing locks, the design dandy would do well to trim his hair and tone down his wardrobe before entering a cell with six men who have not seen a woman for a few years.
The ban was helped by propaganda that purposely confused frilly automatic weapons with semi-automatics and made bogus claims about their use by criminals.
Ideal trailers for hanging baskets include the frilly pink and white `Swingtime' or for upright plants in the middle of a hanging basket, go for a bush fuchsia such as `Winston Churchill'.
Women borrowed jackets, ties, hats and other styles from menswear to construct less frilly and ornamental ensembles.
In the afternoon Sky are showing European drag racing, where the sprinters line up on the blocks in frilly chiffon dresses and high heels.
Smithfield said it is not the focus of the investigation and it is cooperating frilly with the SEC's request.