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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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blondeblonde1 /blɒnd $ blɑːnd/ ●●● S3 adjective  1 DCBblonde hair is pale or yellow in colour2 DCBa woman who is blonde has pale or yellow hair
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blondeI remember when he was that little blonde baby.She was having an affair with Toni Hutchinson of the blonde braids, who was the daughter of a pharmacist in Hendon.But some leading shampoos and conditioners contain small amounts of bleaching agents to promote blonde colouring.She was too tall, too blonde to be anything but Hung Mao.The charming entrepreneur and his pretty blonde wife, Victoria Rebisoff Wang, enjoyed their newfound wealth.
Related topics: Hair & beauty
blondeblonde2 noun [countable]  informalDCBWOMAN a woman with pale or yellow-coloured hairbrunette a beautiful blonde
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blondeShe was a blonde from Minnesota.In any case, she was completely different from the generously curved blondes Nathan Bryce was usually seen with.It divides its subject matter into blondes, brunettes and redheads.My whole being and purpose was pointed at the little blonde.This is a flattering look for medium blondes and brunettes.And Fifties gentlemen actually did prefer blondes.Yanto and Billy heard the blonde tell the landlord that it was her birthday as she ordered the drinks.
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