- v. Simple past tense and past participle of coif.
“Yeah, the new supes actor is quite the tall thin coiffed-looking she-man isn't he.”
“All dressed to impress, many of the girls wear tight jeans and flip-flops with painted toenails, some sporting gold jewelry and carefully coiffed hair, and others in designer basketball shoes and oversized T-shirts.”
“The curiously coiffed female hostess mediates between them all and ends up cooking everything and serving every table.”
“Franklin's success prompted the rumor that no wig-maker could now find a perruque big enough for the swollen head of the transatlantic man who, when it came to it, appeared in court "coiffed in his own scattered white locks" and without a sword on his hip.”
“Mostly because - like most of the genre - it's little more than a monthly instruction manual on how to be a well-coiffed nice-smelling, perfectly-accessorized, smartly-dressed narcissistic tool.”
“Who will protect the well-coiffed SNAGs (Sensitive New Age Guys) from injuring themselves when they all start carrying pocketknives?”
“Some of these folks are so well dressed and coiffed as to seem ready for movie stardom.”
“(For the uninitiated, "fresas" is a tapatio word for young, manicured, made up, primped, coiffed, fashionably dressed, pampered young ladies in the latest style clothing, with what appears to be 7 inch high heels.)”
“There was a distinct difference in the culture and I noticed it immediately: more stiletto heels, coiffed hair, and looks up and down in the elevator.”
“She was well coiffed, her collar starched, her dress clean and pressed.”
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