Part of speech: noun

A pendent braid of hair on the back of the head; a pigtail.

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Usage examples "queue":

  1. The song ceased instantly, and a moment later Ping appeared at the top of the rock, clad in a white linen suit, the blouse, with its wide- flowing sleeves, being cut in native Chinese fashion The queue, which Ping had declined to part was tucked into a side pocket, being all braided up and shiny, like a snake. - "Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders on the Great American Desert", Jessie Graham Flower.
  2. The jeers and laughter of the passers- by in the streets of Philadelphia, even the fact that a number of street gamins formed a queue, the leader holding by his coat- tails while they kept in step, singing, " Where, where did you get that hat?" - "Lafcadio Hearn", Nina H. Kennard.
  3. He carried one long leg on a crutch, and his elongated tail was tied to the queue of his wig. - "The City Curious", Jean de Bosschère.