tail[ teyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF tail
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAIL
He sat still, just lifting the root of his tail as you stroked him.
He carried his head loftily, and there was a lordly flaunt to his tail.
The little squirrel had squeaked his gladness, and, tail erect, had darted into the grass.
Her tail bristled a little as it curled at the tip like a snake.
Out of the tail of his eye he could see that the rest of the Council were startled.
For the rest, my brothers used to say that I was the tail and Ongyatasse wagged me.
The machine from elevator to tail plane bristles in original points.
Bamboo is used in the construction of the body frame, and also for the frame of the tail.
His tail was up, he was snorting loudly, and he headed straight for the hammock.
I looked and saw a huge gray squirrel with a tail like a rabbit.