blonde

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fair

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fair-haired

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a light grayish yellow to near white

being or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or grey eyes

References in classic literature ?
By the two signs," answers Tobin, trying to explain, "which ye display according to the reading of the Egyptian palmist from the sole of me hand, ye've been nominated to offset with good luck the lines of trouble leading to the nigger man and the blonde lady with her feet crossed in the boat, besides the financial loss of a dollar sixty-five, all so far fulfilled according to Hoyle.
For the dependence is upon ye to obviate the curse of the nigger man and the blonde lady and the financial loss of the one-sixty-five.
Sure, now, I would be thinking the palm of me hand lied but for the coming true of the nigger man and the blonde lady and--"
Sappho Shtoltz was a blonde beauty with black eyes.
A stout man with a blonde moustache was on the stairs, in his pyjamas like the boys.
I have detested blue eyes ever since, and blonde moustaches, and the whole stout easy-going type
You seen her at that Slavonic picnic last summer at Shellmound--that tall, nice-lookin' blonde that was with Butch Willows?
She was big, blonde, skittish, and exuberant; she wore a dress like the sunset of a fine summer evening, and she effervesced with spacious good will to all men.
She was of the German type, blonde and fair-haired, with the piquant contrast of a pair of beautiful dark eyes with which she surveyed the stranger with surprise and a pleasing embarrassment which brought a wave of colour over her pale face.
I don't feel I have anything in common with the world's most famous blondes, Marilyn Monroe, Madonna (Vogue era) and Brigitte Bardot, and thank God for that.
And after admitting she dyed her hair because she was "bored", we look at the other stars who were tempted to find out if blondes really do have more fun.
It looks different and the old adage that blondes have more fun has sometimes proved true.
A team of scientists trying to discover if blondes really do have more fun today appealed for more volunteers to help their research.
Having painted so many blondes in particular, though, Yuskavage began to ask herself, which blonde?
The world's most fabulous blondes are shedding their trademark bimbo tresses in favour of the fiery red look.