blonde[ blond ]SEE DEFINITION OF blonde
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLONDE
She must be dazzlingly, but naturally, blonde and very beautiful.
Now, you are neither silly nor little; no blonde; you have no curls and no furbelows.
She glanced at the others—the tourists and the blonde; they were no longer looking at her.
A brunette selects a blonde and a blonde a brunette, as a general rule in matrimony.
Phoebe shook out her blonde hair, letting it fall about her shoulders.
She was a blonde, pleasant-mannered enough, but short of stature.
When Lantier came in that evening, Gervaise was amused when Clemence teased him about the blonde.
She's right, after all, the blonde one, if her man's been taken from her!
De Loubersac was nervously chewing the end of his blonde moustache.
Wife a blonde who likes to think she's reforming lower classes.