Definition of Blondined
1. blondine [v] - See also: blondine
Lexicographical Neighbors of Blondined
Literary usage of Blondined
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Business Profits and Human Nature: How to Increase the First by a Knowledge by Fred Charters Kelly (1920)
"Be that as it may, no doubt there is a prejudice against blondined hair on the part of a lot of people, which might tend to detract from a ..."
2. The Essentials of æsthetics in Music, Poetry, Painting, Sculpture and by George Lansing Raymond (1921)
"... the artist to associate in a product things as different essentially as rouge on a cheek and blondined hair, or a hunting song and the sound of a horn; ..."
3. The Genesis of Art-form: An Essay in Comparative Aesthetics Showing the by George Lansing Raymond (1893)
"... that congruity might cause the artist to associate in a product things as different essentially as rouge on a cheek and blondined hair, or a hunting ..."
4. The New York of the Novelists by Arthur Bartlett Maurice (1917)
""We come to know the blondined ladies washing out their stockings in the wash bowl, or fighting for ..."
5. Putnam's & the Reader (1909)
"... a truly progressive and retrogressive woman may have her nose remodelled, if she wishes, her hair blondined, her skin changed, her double chin made ..."