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Synonyms for blond

having light hair

Synonyms for blond

a light grayish yellow to near white

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

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Mr Lloyd said: "It's a small dog - like a lap dog - with long gold hair, and it's really sweet looking.
One should beware of the ordinary means of mensuration in the marketplace, of the scales that claim a woman is worth her weight in gold hair.
at strawberry-field level, her pale breasts, her gold hair spread over
I didn't have time to blink before a grinning blonde with a pixie cut hurled a sack of gold hair down at my head.
MATERIALS Assorted crystals * Chain-nose pliers * 1 yard of 26-gauge gold wire * Gold hair comb * Wire clippers * Craft adhesive
Adam Gwilt, principal curator for prehistory at the National Museum of Wales, said: "is gold hair ring is nely made and was once worn by a man or woman of some standing within their community.
There he stood in his England vest, gold shorts and boots, and dyed gold hair.
An excavation of the grave of what is believed to have been a prehistoric metal prospector revealed a gold hair ornament which matched another found on the South Tyne Valley site at Kirkhaugh during a dig in the 1930s.
Nargis tea, Preet Lite cooking oil, Valeda herbal cream and Nuzen Herbal gold hair oil are just some of the lesser- known brands that are common at the CSD.
The youngest among them, his gold hair matching the sparkle in his eyes, enquired about the tughra.
But in the past, particularly the 19th century, some men also adorned themselves with gold hair ornaments, earrings, bracelets and rings, especially the more important kings of the Sahel.
In Kim Carnes'' song Bette Davis Eyes, Bette''s gold hair is compared to which 1930''s pin-up?
The early Bronze Age grave of the man known as the Amesbury Archer was found in 2002 near Stonehenge and contained flint arrowheads, metal working tools, Beaker culture pots and two gold hair tresses.
Instead, they tied a blue and gold hair ribbon on a branch as a symbol for their return for Saturday's meet.
The gold hair tress was found by four boys taking part in a community dig at a burial cairn in Kirkhaugh, in the South Tyne Valley.