Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of perm.
  • adjective That has been given a permanent wave

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  • adjective styled with permanent waves

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Examples

  • Robyn misses the "permed" guitar cables of the 1970s and was inspired by the fact that Girard Street in Philadelphia has "streetcars."

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  • She brushed her permed, always-damp-looking red hair behind an ear and shaped the ash of her cigarette.

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  • It had been dyed a pastel blue, curled tightly and permed, making the best of a volume shortage.

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  • She brushed her permed, always-damp-looking red hair behind an ear and shaped the ash of her cigarette.

    Least Resistance

  • It had been dyed a pastel blue, curled tightly and permed, making the best of a volume shortage.

    Shortcut Man

  • Short and pudgy at 5-foot-3, he wore platform shoes and sported a permed bouffant.

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  • She brushed her permed, always-damp-looking red hair behind an ear and shaped the ash of her cigarette.

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  • She dressed like a trendy girl from Brooklyn: heels, lip ring, multiple earring studs, permed hair.

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  • Mimi's naturally straight hair is permed and layered.

    Superlatives

  • She dressed like a trendy girl from Brooklyn: heels, lip ring, multiple earring studs, permed hair.

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