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Definition of Frizziness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Frizziness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Anthropology: An Introduction to the Study of Man and Civilization by Edward Burnett Tylor (1906)
"... Woman. and seems easily accounted for by the long stiff hair of the native American having acquired in some degree the negro frizziness. ..."
2. The Bookman (1910)
"... and after introducing wonders of abnormal frizziness into the scant and lank locks, she was about to suggest "an end of lace" for "the little place ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1879)
"Her golden hair was braided as smoothly round her head as its natural frizziness would allow it to lie ..."
4. Pagan Races of the Malay Peninsula by Walter William Skeat, Charles Otto Blagden (1906)
"Thus, in explanation of the “fuzziness” or “frizziness” of their hair, they told me that a very long time ago their ancestors were near a clearing in the ..."
5. Africa by Keith Johnston, Augustus Henry Keane (1878)
"Sometimes they allow it to remain in its native frizziness, often using it to stick a knife, pipe, or other small article into. ..."
6. Woman in India by Mary Frances Billington (1895)
"But its aggressive neatness and frizziness generally reveal its secret. A very useful adjunct to the cabin equipment is one of the Holland bags that are ..."
7. England in the Days of Old by William Andrews (1897)
"In this example may be observed the sausage curls over the ear, and the frizziness over the forehead. We have directed attention to the large periwigs, ..."