coiffure
[ kwah-fyoor ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
Mid 17th century; French French, from coiffer ‘arrange the hair’, in Old French‘cover with a coif’
Synonyms
  • beehive
  • hairdo
  • permanent
  • haircut
  • plait
Antonyms
  • unavailable
Definition
a style of arranging the hair, typically elaborate
Example
A) Emily’s coiffure was styled by her personal hairdresser. B) The coiffure was sprayed with copious amounts of hairspray to keep it from falling.
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