talking hairdo


talking hairdo
television reporter who is more interested in and worried about appearance than material essence

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • banalysis — (BAY.nal.uh.sis or buh.NAL.uh.sys) n. Analysis or reasoning that is commonplace, trivial, or trite. Example Citation: All this would make food for thought, if only the public, in undiminished and indeed ever growing numbers, did not demonstrate… …   New words

  • barking head — n. A pundit or commentator who speaks in a loud voice and whose comments tend to be abrasive, aggressive, and partisan. Example Citation: Try finding a discussion of these issues on any news network. The barking heads who usurp the space of… …   New words

  • frohawk — n. An afro styled as a mohawk. Also: frohawk, fro hawk, fro hawk. Example Citations: Back at work, Mr. Tulloch combs and shapes 13 year old Gregory Caesar s hair, ploughing an ever shorter furrow with his clippers. His hair is taking the shape of …   New words

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