tressed


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tressed

(trɛst)
adj
1. (Hairdressing & Grooming) (in combination) having a tress or tresses as specified: gold-tressed; long-tressed.
Translations

tressed

adj hair (= plaited)geflochten; (= curly)gelockt
References in classic literature ?
Oh, don't distress me any more'n I'm already dis- tressed.
Never till now had I seen her attired in any other than black or sad-coloured stuff; and there she stood by the window, clad all in white, and white of a most diaphanous texture; her array was very simple, to be sure, but it looked imposing and festal because it was so clear, full, and floating; a veil shadowed her head, and hung below her knee; a little wreath of pink flowers fastened it to her thickly tressed Grecian plait, and thence it fell softly on each side of her face.
The women were left very dis tressed and shaken, but unin jured.
Kate on her wedding day TRESSED toimpressMAKING WAVES WITH HAIRDRESSER james pryce HAIRDRESSERS often talk about their big break, the job that sent their career soaring, but James Pryce's was bigger than most.
His Highness the Amir tressed Kuwait's unwavering stance rejecting all forms of terrorism, as well as the country's support to the international community in the fight against it and drying up its financing sources.
Twiggy can be woven by hand, tressed by loom or comolded with plastic materials.
Well, the really good news is that, for a couple of weeks now, Bea's 'Andeng' character's hair is no longer blonde-brown, but she's now more believably and naturally tressed, a darker brown.
Feeling dis- tressed, she left the hospital without being treated.
He tressed the importance of consolidating co-operation between countries and peoples to achieve global security.
Most of these analyses are little more than descriptions of the pieces, sometimes but tressed by bizarre graphics.
The often eccentrically tressed star, who's sold more than 60 million records worldwide, picked up the nearly one-acre property in October 2010 for $1.