Split-end meaning

(football) A pass receiver who lines up apart from the rest of the formation.
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The end of a hair that has split into strands.
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A tip of human hair that has split apart, as from excessive dryness.
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(football) An offensive end positioned away from the other linemen, often as a wide receiver.
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A hair which has split at the end, usually from dryness or innutrition. (Usually in plural)

I've got so many split ends - I think I must be working too hard.

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(American football) The position which lines up wide and on the offensive line of scrimmage whose primary job is to serve as a receiver.

Jones played split end.

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(American football) A player playing the position of split end.

The split end ran deep.

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Origin of split-end