2. Adjective. Covered in dandruff. ¹
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Definition of Dandruffy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dandruffy
Literary usage of Dandruffy
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1. The Log of the Snark by Charmian London (1915)
"Look at her—she's got It ill,-na from head to foot!" And even as he spoke, her hands were busy scratching the dandruffy, ..."
2. Journal of Materia Medica (1876)
"I found this very pleasant and cooling to the scalp, and it removed the constant desire to scratch away the dandruffy deposit upon the head. ..."
3. Lippincott's Pocket Medical Dictionary: Including the Pronunciation and by Ryland W. Greene (1897)
"... dry, dandruffy condition of hair, with falling out. A. neurol'lca, a. from nervous disease. Alpha-leucocyte. Leucocyte disintegrating during coagulation ..."