from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One, usually a boy, who acts or serves as a page.
- n. A hairstyle, usually shoulder-length, with the ends of the hair curled under smoothly in a loose roll.
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- n. A boy who serves as a page.
- n. A shoulder-length hairstyle with the ends of the hair curled under.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a boy who is employed to run errands
- n. a smooth hair style with the ends of the hair curled inward
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My own hairstyle was what is known as the pageboy; bangs with a square cut ending around the chin.
I say more power to him and kick that entitled pageboy to the curb.
'pageboy' style, choose 'Every day', 'Sweaty' and then 'No' to the question about clothing.
In my photos, Quetzal wears a gold headband over a shaggy pageboy haircut and an outfit consisting of lots of white and ruffly fabric, accentuated by trim white leggings and white platform shoes.
He left school at 13 for a 10 shilling job as a Liptons Teas delivery boy, and went on to work as a pageboy in a ladies 'club, a cabin boy? after, he insisted, walking from London to Cardiff to join the merchant navy? and having learned in his days as a bandsman in the army, a useful boxer despite his slight frame.
All other official roles will be filled by someone full of pomp and nomenclatural polysyllabery yes, Margarita Armstrong-Jones and pageboy William Lowther-Pinkerton, I'm looking at you! and with familial or friendship ties to the head honchos.
I always had the traditional long bob, you know, 'pageboy,' we used to call it.
Here are recollections of working as a pageboy at a manor house in Yorkshire, running errands in Lancashire, and doing something that sounds dreadful with straw in Buckinghamshire.
Starring Patton Oswalt -- in an atrocious pageboy -- as the long-lost scion of the Heartshe dynasty locked in battle with sisters Hurshe (pronounced like the chocolate, and played by Kristen Schaal) and Hambrosia (Heather Lawless), the six-episode drama is a dark, delirious stew filled with deceit, spectral visitations, and rampant psychokinetic powers.
The charming roundness that had suited the pageboy haircut was suddenly a liability as the boys began to compete for traveling teams, shortstop position, and starting positions in basketball.