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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty
quiffquiff /kwɪf/ noun [countable]  British EnglishDCB a part of a man’s hairstyle where the hair stands up at the front above his forehead
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quiffMy favourite of these was a boy of ten or so, called Clint, with a black greasy quiff of hair.I applied a couple of generous handfuls and styled away until my quiff was cast in bronze.Where's the solid thunk of the 50p bit bouncing off old Eli Formby's quiff?They were devoted to rock and roll, they wore curious hairstyles with quiffs and DAs painstakingly greased into place.
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