Blonde

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Drug slang A regional term for marijuana
Vox populi adjective Referring to light yellow colored hair
noun A person possessing such a hair color
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THE tanned face looking up from beneath blondish boy-band hair is a surprise but the nose and jaw are unmistakable.
WHEN Nicole Faraday sashays into the restaurant, confidently flicking back her mane of blondish hair, men can't take their eyes off her.
The man is described as 20, white, with blondish hair, around 5ft 5in tall and of slim build.
As Dalton, the blondish, ashy Midkiff is a believable man-child, poised on the brink of initiation.
Dina, who is 36 years younger than the grizzled actor, says: "I'd seen him throughout the years with really pretty, blondish, reddy-haired women.
Jesus'' (CBS) - Stop me if you've heard this one: Blondish, Anglicized guy, clean-cut except for the long hair, beard and sandals, wanders otherwise swarthy environs doing good and encouraging others to do likewise and discovers no good deed goes unpunished, only to inspire an endless stream of blandly reverent biopics and miniseries.
He is described as white, in his early 40s, with a medium build and blondish hair.
Intimately, I should say after looking at the snaps of blondish Jenny and her silicon- enhanced superstructure behind that pounds 3 plastic chastity belt.
Then Parsons removes the cap and adjusts the long, blondish ponytail.
Anthony Hopkins, who announced this month that he was quitting the movie biz, has taken on a much younger, blondish woman he refuses to ID, noting that it's ``nobody's business.
Barmaid Lynn Jones said the husky stranger with blue eyes and shoulder-length blondish hair was the best-looking guy she had ever seen.