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towheaded
American English: /ˈtoʊˌhɛdəd/

adjective

  • (American English) blond
    Example sentences
    • After all, he'll be able to watch the first three without knowing that the tow-headed little boy will become the scourge of the universe.
    • She was what some people would call tow-headed and fair.
    • He's Jimmy Bly, a tow-headed, blue-eyed youngster with a protective, over-bearing, pugnacious older brother Demille (Robert John Renaud) who serves as his manager and mother hen.

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