How to use Tied-back in a sentence

tied-back
  • Rhyn emerged from the shadows near the window, dressed in black with his hair tied back.

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  • Claire's auburn hair was tied back in a ponytail, her shapely body clad in a black cat-suit.

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  • His hair was tied back.

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  • Her gray hair was invariably tied back in the tight bun whence came her sobriquet.

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  • Her blond hair was tied back behind her skull, revealing fashionably gaunt cheekbones.

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  • For safety, children with long hair should have it tied back on PE days with a soft headband.

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  • While these could never be directly tied back to the government they were widely seen as the revenge for the murder of Neave.

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  • The Daily Mail states that she was spotted yesterday, with her hair tied back in a bun and wearing no make up.

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  • Curtains can be as simple as several dishtowels draped over a curtain rod or long panels of white cotton tied back with a contrasting ribbon.

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  • Wooden rods also work well in rooms with two sets of curtains; one rod is left exposed with drapes tied back while the other uses sheer curtains to provide privacy.

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  • Choose a tent where sides can be tied back to create an open space, but let down if you need to enclose your reception area.

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  • Make a braid down the back of your head, and tie in ribbons or flowers to the braid and let the rest hang either loose or lightly tied back.

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  • He wears part of his long hair tied back so as not to obstruct his vision.

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