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Sentence count:9Posted:2017-02-06Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: coincoincidecoincidenceMeaning: [kɔɪf]  n. 1. the arrangement of the hair (especially a woman's hair) 2. a skullcap worn by nuns under a veil or by soldiers under a hood of mail or formerly by British sergeants-at-law. v. 1. cover with a coif 2. arrange attractively. 
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1. Her hair has never been formally coifed.
2. Her long black hair, beneath a white coif, was further concealed by a small black cap.
3. For this sporty girl, coif is fashionable and practical as well.
4. And no, the latter has nothing to do with hordes of rude guys in cute matching coifs.
5. Without iridescent blue eye shadow, an effulgent outfit or a hair-sprayed coif, she looks normal.
6. I entered one full of nuns, their winged white coifs illuminating the dim interior, making it like a candle-lit church.
7. Sharpton's odyssey from stubborn outsider to ultimate insider is documented in the shift to well-tailored suits and a more modest coif.
8. In fact they represented the vanguard for jihad on the Western front—so in deference to them, Shahryar could hold onto his coif.
9. The name comes from the Capuchin friars, possibly referring to the colour of their brown cover, surrounded by a ring of coif.
More similar words: coincoincidecoincidence
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