noun, plural coif·fures [kwah-fyoorz; French kwa-fyr]. /kwɑˈfyʊərz; French kwaˈfür/.
verb (used with object), coif·fured [kwah-fyoord], /kwɑˈfyʊərd/, coif·fur·ing [kwah-fyoor-ing]. /kwɑˈfyʊər ɪŋ/.
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The most popular request: “Please do a high coiffure—a puffy one.”Russian Politicians Flaunt '80s Style At The Kremlin|Anna Nemtsova|October 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
There was Coco the other day, on Page Six, his familiar red coiffure now underlined by some bright, red whiskers.
He rose and kissed her lightly on the forehead, experience teaching him to avoid a stray hair from the carefully built coiffure.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
Let the coiffure be of flowers or ribbons, never feathers, and but very little jewelry is becoming to an unmarried lady.
Be very careful, when dressing for a ball, that the hair is firmly fastened, and the coiffure properly adjusted.
She settled her chain and puffed the elaborate coiffure of her hair, the while she continued to survey the class.Emmy Lou|George Madden Martin
His coiffure alone would have made him appear whimsical and ridiculous, had not his head been noble and distinguished.