coiffed


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coiffed

(kwɑːft)
adj
(Hairdressing & Grooming) literary styled: her hair was perfectly coiffed.
Translations

coiffed

[ˈkwɑːft] ADJ (frm) → peinado

coiffed

[ˈkwɑːft] adj [hair] → coiffé(e)

coiffed

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When will you be coiffed with your big bell a hundred feet under ground, cursed bellringer?
Maybe it's hidden under his carefully coiffed, dyed mop.
Posh frocks and limos are mandatory, hair is perfectly coiffed and the air is thick with cologne and Elnett.
Y The singer has graced our pages this way many a time looking suspiciously camera-ready in full make-up, hair coiffed and clad in designer dresses and killer heels.
The dandy-ishly coiffed Tom is Utterly At Odds l AtOdd with the Universe at the mac Monday If you see a group of people being led through the city by a messiah in a hoody, you are probably witnessing The Old Joint Stock's A Passion for Birmingham.
The 14-year-old earned comparisons to his dad, David Bekham with his perfectly coiffed brown hair, smart black suit and narrow tie.
His Miami-Dade County jail mug shot showed the singer smiling in a bright red inmate jumpsuit, his hair still stylishly coiffed.
She took six months to perfect her Memoirs of a Geisha design and beat poodles coiffed as Yoda from Star Wars and Sesame Street's Big Bird.
As far as I am concerned, I will die in one" Rail union boss Bob Crow decides to stay put despite his six-figure salary "It saddens me that Christmas has become so commercialised and over-hyped that its true meaning has become lost beneath the welter of fairy lights, tinsel and extravagant presents" David Blunkett, Labour's former home secretary "It presumably comes from having that coronet so firmly thrust into your elaborately coiffed and lacquered hair" TV historian David Starkey, above, mocks the Princess Royal's comment that to eat horsemeat would improve the welfare of horses.
The trail leads to a local mall where Gru and Lucy pose as co-owners of a cupcake shop in order to spy on two prime suspects: Floyd (Ken Jeong), the beautifully coiffed owner of the wig store; and Eduardo (Benjamin Bratt), manager of the popular Mexican restaurant.
A voyage on board is intended to be a sail into the past - passengers will be able to rent period costumes and have their hair or moustache coiffed in an Edwardian style.