Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having tresses; adorned with tresses; bordered or surrounded by tresses.
- Divided into tresses or locks, or consisting of them; worn in long tresses.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having tresses.
- adj. Formed into ringlets or braided; braided; curled.
- tress + -ed (Wiktionary)
““I was valedictorian of my high-school class,” said the golden-tressed Davis, sporting a modest black suit but wicked Christian Louboutins with 5-inch heels.”
“The adventure saga, envisioned and shot in stereoscopic 3-D, centers on blue-tressed Coraline Jones (Dakota Fanning), a spunky tween.”
“Cera is Oh, a gentle, golden-tressed sidekick who murmurs lovingly to his harvest as he collects the berries “least touched by bird poop.””
“Not only did the honey-tressed blonde clearly have a smaller nose, as Hirshman implies, but “Gloria was nicer than Betty.””
“If we're tressed about finance, Ask says, it's time to seek help with your finances.”
“As Jerry, conspiracy theorist extraordinaire (the stuff Jerry worries about seems quaint by comparison to some of the post-9/11 theories out there now), Mr. Gibson seethes, sputters and maniacally twists him words into pretzel-like contortions — most of the time Ms. Roberts (sullen, red-tressed) just stares at him, mouth agape.”
“When Clinton and Gore were elected and they kept showing Al's blond-tressed, plump-lipped daughters surrounding him, I thought that there would be a story in some magazine about his family with the headline: "Gore-GEOUS!”
“Imagine my surprise when I saw, not Madonna and Jesus (the new Brazilian boy toy as opposed to the beloved Nazarene) being whisked past me, but golden-tressed stylist Rachel Zoe and her husband.”
“A warm room in the heart of a park named after a golden-tressed fool who got himself and his troops killed?”
“Twas in the day Pieria's fair-tressed choir came o'er the slopes of Pelion to the marriage-feast of Peleus, beating the ground with print of golden sandals at the banquet of the gods, and hymning in dulcet strains the praise of Thetis and the son of Aeacus, o'er the”
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