Abbie was dressed in her Sunday togs and her hair was frizzed till she couldn't wrinkle her forehead.
The cost of a barrister's wig of frizzed hair is from five to six guineas.
I will get you powdered and frizzed out a bit, and station you at the door of the Royal box.
She was stuffed in the right places, and her hair was frizzed just like Miss Bray's.
He was dark like this fellow, and his hair was frizzed for fair, and he was in his bare feet.
Just as he turned the corner he met a small woman, carefully dressed and frizzed, who stopped him.
He was about 12, and still chubby, with long hair that frizzed away from his head in a dandelion halo.
Each head was frizzed and tousled to about twice its natural size, and crowned by an enormous topknot of blue ribbon.
She turned to Ursula, as she pushed up her frizzed, flat, dun-coloured hair.
Her blond wig, frizzed and powdered, sustained a superb cap with knots of cherry satin ribbon matching those on her dress.
also friz, 1610s (implied in frizzed), probably from French friser "to curl, dress the hair" (16c.), perhaps from stem of frire "to fry, cook." Assimilated to native frizzle. Related: Frizzed; frizzing. As a noun from 1660s, "frizzed hair."