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How to use frizzly in a sentence

At its southwestern end we find the most long-headed, prognathous, frizzly-haired, dark-skinned race of mankind.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
Hair short, black or reddish brown, frizzly, flattened-elliptical in cross-section.
THE NEW STONE AGE IN NORTHERN EUROPEJOHN M. TYLER
Their skin was of a very dark brown colour, their hair frizzly, and the nose flat.
WANDERINGS AMONG SOUTH SEA SAVAGES AND IN BORNEO AND THE PHILIPPINESH. WILFRID WALKER
This looked odd, considering that the rest of her hair was erect or frizzly.
WANDERINGS AMONG SOUTH SEA SAVAGES AND IN BORNEO AND THE PHILIPPINESH. WILFRID WALKER
Mr. Barrett's coat was quite unbuttoned; the curl on his wide brow had grown as frizzly as any common curl might grow.
LIFE ON THE STAGECLARA MORRIS
The face is adorned with a beard of the same frizzly nature as the hair of the head.
THE MALAY ARCHIPELAGOALFRED RUSSELL WALLACE
The hair of the head is very luxuriant, and of all varieties between wavy and curly, but is not crisp or frizzly to any degree.
IN THE ANDAMANS AND NICOBARSC. BODEN KLOSS
Portrait of Rembrandt, with frizzly hair, and the head uncovered; remarkable for thick lips and a large nose.
REMBRANDT AND HIS WORKSJOHN BURNET
Their frizzly hair is tied in a bench at the back of the head.
THE MALAY ARCHIPELAGOALFRED RUSSELL WALLACE
The natives were low of stature, with ugly broad faces, flat noses, and frizzly hair.
WEALTH OF THE WORLD'S WASTE PLACES AND OCEANIA JEWETT CASTELLO GILSON

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