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- n. A young male attendant at a wedding, generally between five and ten years of age.
- n. Alternative spelling of pageboy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A type of hairdo.
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An awkward page boy tugging at “his” hose and not quite able to keep his feathered hat on straight follows Robin back to the council chamber.
Nan VanVleet, on the other hand, looked in her photos like every fifty-year-old Republican wife at the Greenwich Country Club: chin-length page boy hair dyed a Tricia-Nixon yellow, a velvet head band, a two-piece print dress over a wide torso and skinny legs.
Reckon she’s past taking lovers now, but she’s always got a page boy or a minstrel—Rafe Northcote it’s been lately—trotting after her like a little dog.