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But then King stops, tilts his multipronged coif, and says, "Hey, Harold, you all right, man?"

On Wednesday, new highlights and a stylish coif were on display.

And, it's not the only fall fashion photograph that Teller has snapped featuring a model with an unusually tinted coif.

But this fall specifically, a fire-engine coif is proving to be the must-have for the fashion pack.

On his head the Templar wore a white linen coif, and over that a small round cap made of red cloth.

On No. 12 of the same plate we see the helm being put on over the mail coif; the padded cap is worn under the mail.

A coif of black lace covered her upturned hair, framed her sweet face, and was tied soberly under her chin.

Katherine tied the white, lace coif she wore a little tighter beneath her chin.

A complete suit of mail, with coif and mufflers, late twelfth century, said to have been found in a coffin in Goring Church.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coif, such as: babushka, bonnet, capuchin, cowl, hat, and kerchief.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.