verb (used with object), blow-dried, blow-dry·ing.
noun, plural blow-drys.
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Origin of blow-dry
Words nearby blow-dry
Example sentences from the Web for blow-dry
Today, she presides over a blow-dry empire, with over 3,000 employees and $40 million in annual revenue.Meet the Entrepreneur: 36 Questions For Drybar’s Alli Webb|The Fashion Beast Team|July 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Trippe Lonian, who developed Pinkberry yogurt outlets in Boston, has also jumped onto the blow-dry bar bandwagon.
Stephanie Jones, a young recent college grad, is in the go-to demographic for these blow-dry bars.