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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of peroxide.

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Examples

  • After success in the early 1960s with her brother Tom in the British country-music trio the Springfields, she went solo and made her way into the heart of “Swinging London. ” Part cartoon, part irresolvable desire, part bruised despair, she peered through heavy mascara and a stack of peroxided hair while singing with breathy sensuality.

    Five People Born on April 16 | myFiveBest

  • Still, with Bree in full-Samaritan mode, the others softened up and attempted to make nice with their peroxided outsider save for Renee, who stole the episode by pointing out that Beth's tresses were messes.

    Watercooler: What is Desperate Housewives Up To?

  • I felt a bit sorry for the earlier contestant, James, a DJ with peroxided hair another rule of High Stakes is that you, and all your entire family, have to be blond.

    TV review: High Stakes; Me, My Sex & I

  • His facial features were Negroid, but his skin was the color of paste, covered with large moles as thick and irregular in shape as drops of mud, his wiry hair peroxided a bright gold.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • “If you have business on the property, you need to call first and make an appointment,” the man with the peroxided hair said to Clete.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Very, garishly, pink,complete withextraordinarily high heels, an abundance ofgold ornaments, heavy make-up and violently peroxided hair.

    2009 March 10 « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

  • Hmmm ... although I could still do the breast implants, white leather/vinyl and peroxided mullet ...

    My new career

  • PARTON: Yes, well this lady, she was -- she wore her clothes, you know, her skirts all short and showed her legs and she wore high heel shoes, red nails, red lipstick and piled her peroxided hair way up high on top of her head.

    CNN Transcript Nov 13, 2009

  • She's created an indelible monster, at once pitiable and scary -- a peroxided, debased Medea.

    Con-Artist Classic

  • Jeffrey Jones uncannily captures the peroxided glory of fake TV seer Criswell.

    Kitsch As Kitsch Can

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