Origin of kohl
Definition for kohl (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for kohl
Her eyes were exaggerated with thick lines of kohl reaching all the way to her temples.Nepal Old and New: Kathmandu Valley’s Royal Cities Get a Facelift|Condé Nast Traveler|August 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Earlier this month, Ryan wore a $70 printed dress from Kohl's when Ryan's candidacy was announced.Janna Ryan's Discount Style: Two Talbots Dresses at The Republican National Convention|Isabel Wilkinson|August 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Touches of individuality make a fleeting impression—a dash of kohl and turquoise on a heavily cloaked face.Afghan Women Fear Backsliding As President Karzai Negotiates With Taliban|Magsie Hamilton-Little|February 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Merkel first broke Kohl's promise in May 2010, with the first $150 billion bailout of Greece.
If Kohl bows out, it'll be because he feels like it, not because he's in danger.
We should do Mr Kohl injustice if we did not give his reason for regarding the Danish language as a thing doomed.
If I were in your place I would return to the Kohl apartment and not answer many questions until the police arrive.
Towards the end of the month kohl rabis will have lost much of their feeding value.The Pig|Sanders Spencer
There Kohl Rabi may be seen in every market, and on many a good table, where it proves a most acceptable vegetable.
This undoubtedly was the same fellow who broke into the Kohl apartment!
British Dictionary definitions for kohl (1 of 2)
Word Origin for kohl
British Dictionary definitions for kohl (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for kohl
"powder used to darken eyelids," 1799, from Arabic kuhl (see alcohol).