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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

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She is dumb blondeness reduced to a blur, to "flabby, white" flesh made slow by age and alcohol (275).
Although the "dark girl" is not explicitly identified as black, the adjective and her working status contrast conspicuously with the blondeness and nonprofessional status of Morse and her women friends.
It's really just an excuse for them to take the mickey out of all manner of celebrities and pay homage to the Swedish blondeness of regular team captain, Ulrika-ka-ka Jonsson.
While the story of British blondeness would have included Sun-In, Aged 12, Accident with Domestic Bleach and Student Night at Vidal Sassoon, Bushnell's women are all Nice 'N' Easy, Platinum and Single Process - the first clue that they're living in a fantasy world.
"If this is blondeness, I'm going back to my roots.
But there's something about her simpering smile and bland blondeness that suggests she believes she's involved in a mutual love affair with the British public.
I didn't notice a difference in my stride, so my blondeness hadn't given me instant confidence to affect a sexy sashay, but it was early yet.
In fact, it is hard to believe that her frumpy blondeness is a major league bloke magnet.
As a blonde, Anne, 28, saw herself as the life and soul of the party, but was beginning to tire of being hired for her blondeness only.
Tall, dark and gawky when Marilyn Monroe' busty blondeness was in fashion, Audrey carved out a sweet little niche for herself.
But the shimmering silk version on Her Blondeness, with her expensive coiffure, her film-star make-up and her jewellery, is dressing-up in the worst possible taste.
In 1953, Fox promoted her to leading lady for steamy thriller Niagara, but the roots of her dumb blondeness had already been sewn with the raucous comedy Monkey Business the previous year.
"The garage tell my blondeness this is what Minis do and the sound of a steam train, I'm told, is cool!