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Synonyms for coif

a skullcap worn by nuns under a veil or by soldiers under a hood of mail or formerly by British sergeants-at-law

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cover with a coif

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arrange attractively

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Transformation complete, Gracie must get comfortable with the other perfectly coifed contestants, infiltrate the pageant and thwart the terrorists.
Noteworthy performances: As the unfortunately coifed siblings, Michael Weaver and David Hornsby bravely render the desperation of the working class - just kidding.
Matching handbags and shoes, coifed do's, false eyelashes, big, splashy Hollywood-style entrances in satin jewel-colored capes - the fashion, like the rest of this film, winks at the suggestively titled, double-entendre sex comedies of the late 1950s and early '60s that starred Doris Day and Rock Hudson.
Of course, the irrepressibly upfront Suzette goes about shaking Vinnie's perfectly coifed new existence.
Dressed in a gray suit, tie and shiny black shoes, Rogers' once bleached, shoulder-length mane of hair and wiry beard were now coifed and trimmed.