from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A head-dress; the manner of arranging the hair.
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Shuvar and his father, who still clung to the old style hair-dress of the warriors of his tribe, the Yueh-chih, the scalp lock reaching almost to mid-back, now gray with years, went silently down the stairs of stone that led to the streets of the city below.
She whispered to me that she had been married that day, that she was terribly happy, very much in love, and that her husband had asked her to dress her hair in the French roll, a favorite hair-dress with him.
Apache raids against, 14 baskets exchanged with, 54 ceremonies of the, 4 hair-dress of, 134 incorporated by Navaho, 75, 137
Apache name for, 134 character of ceremonies of, 4 character of the, xx hair-dress of the, 134
For instance, in the tablet figured on the page opposite, where we see hieroglyphics within a cartouche, the _onk_ or symbol of life, the solar disk, the double ostrich-plume, the long hair-dress called _namms_, and the _tam_ or
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In the reign of Charles II. the hair-dress of the ladies was very elaborate; it was not only curled and frizzled with the nicest art, but set off with certain artificial curls, then too emphatically known by the pathetic terms of _heart-breakers_ and _love-locks_.
Think, Harry, and she says she can hair-dress beautifully, and manicure, and fix over dresses. "