Chevelure, shev′e-lūr, n. a head of hair: a periwig: the nebulous part of a comet.
We looked high and low, on the seats and beneath them, but not a sign of the periwig was there.
The colour of his hair could not be discovered, as, according to the fashion, he wore a periwig.
I wonder shall history ever pull off her periwig and cease to be Court-ridden?
I think a modern in an antique dress, as just an object of ridicule, as a Hercules or Marius with a periwig and chapeau bras.
Ti wears a periwig of a different kind from that of 204Ra-nefer.
The Duke then struck off the other's hat, seized hold of his periwig, and began to pull him about the Chamber.
The shaved Mohammedans of our day replace the periwig with the turban.
But as he was riding out with some others a-hunting, a sudden gust of wind blew off the periwig, and exposed his bald pate.
Come, come, it would be but a bald world, but that it weares a periwig.