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  • adj. comparative form of frizzy: more frizzy


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  • Her hair grew even frizzier because she kept running her hands through it in frustration.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • I'm stuffed if I'm spending six hundred quid I haven't got on a hideous, boring, oh-so-tasteful dress, coat and hat that will make me resemble a fatter, frizzier version of Kate Middleton - and which I am never, ever, ever going to wear again as long as I live.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • I noticed immediately your hair was frizzier in the wine drinking pick so I knew you were further south and near a watering hole or river.

    It's St. Patrick's Day, so....

  • Now I let it float about me (the frizzier the better), let my earrings dangle, and wear my platform shoes.

    Switch Hitting: Part II

  • In the damp air her black hair was even frizzier than usual.

    Floating in My Mother’s Palm

  • Farthing, since when, as everyone knew, her skirts had grown shorter and her nose whiter and her hair frizzier and her ways more knowing.

    Joanna Godden

  • And thus did a candidate who appeared so fearsome on the horizon - and who, for now, rides high in polls - come to look somewhat frizzier and patchier in the barnyard upon closer inspection.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Styler Sale leaves their even frizzier than the old stylers.

    Daily Pennsylvanian

  • It can't be combed or it gets wilder and frizzier, which adds to her unkempt appearance.


  • The only difference is the ’80s hair band hair is a lot frizzier.

    A Symposium While I’m Away « Whatever


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