He'd put them right out of the window there, frizzes and feathers and all.
She appeared suddenly tragic in her cheap muslin and her frizzes.
Even in her distress she felt of her frizzes to see if they were in order after a breeze had struck her in the sharp, eager face.
“Well, I guess when I go to buying women's frizzes to wear to get a place, she'll know it,” said the other man.
She wore two rhinestone combs in her frizzes, which held also dust and burnt odds and ends of hair.
A fierce raid was instituted against my back hair and the soft puffings of my frizzes in front.
She shook the frizzes around her cheeks and buried her hands under the scarlet branch in her lap.
Her light hair was in curls and frizzes (newly come in and extremely captivating) all over her head.
That was in the era of bangs and frizzes and heads of hair that resembled ill-used dish mops.
She had her hair drawn back from her forehead and face—no curls or frizzes; that's the way she looked.