Origin of bouffant
OTHER WORDS FROM bouffantbouf·fan·cy [boo-fuhn-see], /ˈbu fən si/, nounsem·i·bouf·fant, adjective
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How to use bouffant in a sentence
Then again, gamers turning a bouffant-haired artist who died a quarter-century ago into a mass-culture phenomenon isn’t exactly out of a textbook either.
And now the same thing is happening with her signature pillowy, bouffant hairstyle, reports The Daily Mail.
This time the actress is on set in Monte Carlo wearing a giant ball gown and bouffant hairdo.Carine Roitfeld To Launch Fragrance, L'Wren Scott Might Design Angelina Jolie's Wedding Dress|The Fashion Beast Team|October 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
For another, the woman singing it has ginger colored hair often styled in a retro Dusty Springfield-inspired bouffant.Adele, Lady Gaga, and More Unconventional Pop Stars|Jacob Bernstein|March 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
She ditches her plaid knee-highs for Audrey Hepburn-style shift dresses, fur stoles, red lipstick and a bouffant.
She smiled to see the old men with their high-waisted pants and the old women with their bouffant hair.Makers|Cory Doctorow
To the American eye it is a musical comedy costume, picturesque, bouffant, amazing.Fanny Herself|Edna Ferber