- From towhead (from tow + head) (Wiktionary)
“A boy from the choir, a towheaded twelve-year-old, rose and sang in a soaring pitch:”
“After a quick scan of the headlines, I turned my attention to a tall woman in front of me holding the hand of a small, towheaded boy.”
“The invitation showed a towheaded Kors 30 years ago.”
“She showed him a picture of a towheaded three-year-old, her niece.”
“A towheaded blond boy chomps on a lollipop and declares the balloon ready for liftoff.”
“Your tribe of funny-looking gapped-tooth towheaded Dutchmen who'll read Latin and Greek before English.”
“Watching her pore over these volumes, it seems possible she has forgotten her daughter is not only a collection of calories in and milliliters out but also a towheaded and miniature doll who sits upright and cries at the sight of strangers, struggling to do anything as simple as crawl away.”
“All of a sudden, the towheaded toddler hurled his ice cream toward the ground and began screaming at the top of his lungs.”
“Keating is the stick-up-the-bum headmaster's worst nightmare and the repressed schoolboys 'greatest fantasy, second only to the towheaded cheerleaders they chase throughout the film.”
“A mom from Arizona, who introduced me to her 10-year-old "recovered" autistic son -- a bright, blue-eyed, towheaded boy who hit his head on walls, she said, before he started getting B-12 injections -- told me that she'd read Offit had made $50 million from the RotaTeq vaccine.”
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