verb (used with object), per·ox·id·ed, per·ox·id·ing.
Examples from the Web for peroxide
Covering her peroxide blond bob was a knit cap that sprouted an enormous feather and lace from its frontal lobe.
"She must have spilled the peroxide," he said with a grating laugh.The White Shield|Myrtle Reed
Certainly we might find somebody better than the peroxide blonde he now picks up in front of the moving picture palace.
This will leave a raw red spot, which should be gently swabbed with a solution of peroxide of hydrogen and water, half and half.Profitable Squab Breeding|Carl Dare
It is decomposed by dilute acids into salts of peroxide and metal.
If the solution is very dilute we obtain no peroxide, or mere traces which disappear again toward the end of the process.
British Dictionary definitions for peroxide
Word Origin and History for peroxide
1804, formed in English from per- "large amount" + oxide. Peroxide blonde is attested from 1918.