[ ash-blond ]
/ ˈæʃˈblɒnd /
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pale, grayish blond: ash-blond hair.
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Origin of ash-blond
First recorded in 1900–05
OTHER WORDS FROM ash-blondash blond, ash blonde, noun
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How to use ash-blond in a sentence
He noted, too, that her gorgeous ash-blond hair had been carefully "done," piled in high masses above her petulant face.The Winning Clue|James Hay, Jr.
Olive Dunleavy was shinily present, her ash-blond hair in a new coiffure.
Had Jane told her firmly that she had not seen that comb in that ash-blond hair she might have been hypnotized into agreement.The Copy-Cat and Other Stories|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Within the car, seen through the snow-mist, was a girl of twenty-two or three, with satiny slim features and ash-blond hair.
She was perhaps forty; her hair was an unconvincing ash-blond; and if her chest was flat, her hips were ponderous.Babbitt|Sinclair Lewis
British Dictionary definitions for ash-blond
- a very light blond colour
- (as adjective)ash-blond hair
Also called: ash blonde a person whose hair is this colour
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