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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of coif.

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Examples

  • Yeah, the new supes actor is quite the tall thin coiffed-looking she-man isn't he.

    Superman Returns Thoughts

  • All dressed to impress, many of the girls wear tight jeans and flip-flops with painted toenails, some sporting gold jewelry and carefully coiffed hair, and others in designer basketball shoes and oversized T-shirts.

    American Grace

  • The curiously coiffed female hostess mediates between them all and ends up cooking everything and serving every table.

    'Kate Plus Eight': What will Jon Gosselin do now? | EW.com

  • Franklin's success prompted the rumor that no wig-maker could now find a perruque big enough for the swollen head of the transatlantic man who, when it came to it, appeared in court "coiffed in his own scattered white locks" and without a sword on his hip.

    Why They All Came to Versailles

  • Mostly because - like most of the genre - it's little more than a monthly instruction manual on how to be a well-coiffed nice-smelling, perfectly-accessorized, smartly-dressed narcissistic tool.

    Tools and Pocketknives

  • Who will protect the well-coiffed SNAGs (Sensitive New Age Guys) from injuring themselves when they all start carrying pocketknives?

    Tools and Pocketknives

  • Some of these folks are so well dressed and coiffed as to seem ready for movie stardom.

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  • (For the uninitiated, "fresas" is a tapatio word for young, manicured, made up, primped, coiffed, fashionably dressed, pampered young ladies in the latest style clothing, with what appears to be 7 inch high heels.)

    Page 2

  • There was a distinct difference in the culture and I noticed it immediately: more stiletto heels, coiffed hair, and looks up and down in the elevator.

    Times Two

  • She was well coiffed, her collar starched, her dress clean and pressed.

    Deadly

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