- n. alternative spelling of combover.
“At the time, I had thinning blond hair, which was styled in that classic configuration known as the comb-over.”
“He was a doddering-looking old fellow, with a thin comb-over and a slight tremor in his left hand.”
“Plus, he has this great huge hair not the usual comb-over, or hairpieces.”
“Trump -- and his sidekick, the extravagant comb-over -- are actually perfect for the job.”
“We don't need a national comb-over, we need a national haircut.”
“Each candidate has a firm conviction in his or her ability to distract the public from the truth below the surface, like the way Romney tries to explain away Massachusetts health care legislation with an elaborately layered and twisted rhetorical comb-over.”
“Because Trump's comb-over captures everything that's wrong with American politics today.”
“On the personal level, nearly everyone in the Republican primary campaign has been struggling with some comb-over imperatives of their own.”
“He wore a cheap suit and had a ridiculous comb-over.”
““Let me through,” said the man in cheap trousers, a Hawaiian shirt, and a comb-over.”
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