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frizzy Syllabification: friz·zy
Pronunciation: /ˈfrizē/

Definition of frizzy in English:

adjective (frizzier, frizziest)

Formed of a mass of small, tight curls or tufts: frizzy red hair
More example sentences
  • Ava strode through the halls with her face in a book, her hair in a messy ponytail with frizzy red hairs everywhere.
  • Her hair was a frizzy mess of curls piled atop her head and her eyes could barely open because she was so tired.
  • She was pretty, with curly, frizzy hair usually pulled back in a ponytail.
curly, curled, corkscrew, ringlety, crimped, crinkly, kinky, frizzed;



Pronunciation: /ˈfrizēnəs/
Example sentences
  • This will add to the sleekness of the style and control frizziness as well.
  • I put beeswax in it when I travel to keep the frizziness down.
  • If your hair is prone to frizziness, sweat is your worst enemy.

Words that rhyme with frizzy

busy, dizzy, fizzy, Izzy, Lizzie, tizzy

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