noun, plural coif·fures [kwah-fyoo rz; French kwa-fyr] /kwɑˈfyʊərz; French kwaˈfür/.
verb (used with object), coif·fured [kwah-fyoo rd] /kwɑˈfyʊərd/, coif·fur·ing [kwah-fyoo r-ing] /kwɑˈfyʊər ɪŋ/.
Examples from the Web for coiffured
The old potentate was in his morning gown, freshly bathed, shaved and coiffured and smelling of pomade and cigarette smoke.The White Terror and The Red|Abraham Cahan
How strange, this lady with the coiffured hair and neat little shirtwaist!My Wonderful Visit|Charlie Chaplin
Mrs. Lem appeared behind her, wreathed in smiles, and coiffured and arrayed in her company best.The Opened Shutters|Clara Louise Burnham
Women were beautiful, tastefully gowned and coiffured, but it was easy to see that they were merely women.Mezzerow Loves Company|Floyd L. Wallace
British Dictionary definitions for coiffured
Word Origin and History for coiffured
"style or fashion of wearing the hair," 1630s, from French coiffure, from coiffer (see coiffeur).