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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of perm.
- adj. That has been given a permanent wave
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- adj. styled with permanent waves
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Robyn misses the "permed" guitar cables of the 1970s and was inspired by the fact that Girard Street in Philadelphia has "streetcars."
She brushed her permed, always-damp-looking red hair behind an ear and shaped the ash of her cigarette.
Mimi's naturally straight hair is permed and layered.
Short and pudgy at 5-foot-3, he wore platform shoes and sported a permed bouffant.
She dressed like a trendy girl from Brooklyn: heels, lip ring, multiple earring studs, permed hair.
It had been dyed a pastel blue, curled tightly and permed, making the best of a volume shortage.
The women both had wrinkles around their eyes and short hair that looked permed and dyed to a rich brown.
Like always he was dressed to kill in a suit, smelling good, eyebrows arched, and his hair permed and slicked back.
By her 70s she wore polyester blouses and permed her sparce, white hair.
Moroccan cuisine is far from repulsive although it can get a little repetitive once you have permed every combination of cous-cous and tajine with goat, chicken, fish and vegetables.
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