frizzled[ friz-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF frizzled
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRIZZLED
You look as if you, 'stead of me, had frizzled over the cook stove all summer!
That is the cobbler's wax, that sticks all this mass of frizzled hair on.
He talked to himself and shook his frizzled head as he went.
His hair was frizzled out to a great size and covered by a brownish turban.
Not just frizzled up a bit, but literally roasted to a crisp!
With the tarpans of the northern Steppes it is thick, flaky, and frizzled.
My hair was frizzled to the roots, too, and our eyebrows were all gone.
Their hair is frizzled, crisp, flaky, and occasionally woolly.
I took some of my own hair, frizzled it with a burning glass, and gave it to him.
She could not remember at just which window she had caught that glimpse of a frizzled head.
"curl hair," 1560s, perhaps related to Old English fris "curly" and Old Frisian frisle. Or else from Middle French friser "to curl" (see frizz (v.)). Related: Frizzled; frizzling. As a noun from 1610s, "crisp curl," from the verb.