a long narrow cirrus cloud whose flowing appearance somewhat resembles a horse's tail.
an erect, aquatic, Old World plant, Hippuris vulgaris, having crowded whorls of narrow, hairlike leaves.
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Origin of mare's-tail
First recorded in 1755–65
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a wisp of trailing cirrus cloud, often indicating high winds in the upper troposphere
an erect cosmopolitan pond plant, Hippuris vulgaris, with minute flowers and crowded whorls of narrow leaves: family Hippuridaceae
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