Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of dreads.; dreadlocks

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Examples

  • He was this slim-fit, eccentric dude with a deep, booming voice, and he sported cool dreds.

    Fallin’ Up

  • Their vocalist, Ali Tabatabaee, went for a layup, and Printz, who is a thickset guy with dreds, came underneath and swatted his shot, hard.

    Fallin’ Up

  • These guys dressed sharp, too: both sported dreds twisted tight to the scalp, and both suited up in thrift-store vintage clothing with 1970s jackets, turtlenecks, polyester pants and crazy workman boots.

    Fallin’ Up

  • I wandered over and watched an eccentric-looking black dude rapping like a madman, one hand on the mic, one hand twisting his tight dreds.

    Fallin’ Up

  • David, who had established his business in 1976, placed us in the hands of his man Seth Friedman, a sharp guy with unexpected long-ass dreds.

    Fallin’ Up

  • Their vocalist, Ali Tabatabaee, went for a layup, and Printz, who is a thickset guy with dreds, came underneath and swatted his shot, hard.

    Fallin’ Up

  • I wandered over and watched an eccentric-looking black dude rapping like a madman, one hand on the mic, one hand twisting his tight dreds.

    Fallin’ Up

  • Will and Apl were no longer sporting long dreds, Fergie went from blonde to black and my Indian-length hair became shorter, now dropping to the shoulder, not the back.

    Fallin’ Up

  • He was this slim-fit, eccentric dude with a deep, booming voice, and he sported cool dreds.

    Fallin’ Up

  • Will and Apl were no longer sporting long dreds, Fergie went from blonde to black and my Indian-length hair became shorter, now dropping to the shoulder, not the back.

    Fallin’ Up

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