bequiffed

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adjective be·quiffed \bi-ˈkwift, bē-\

Definition of bequiffed

British

  1. :  having a prominent forelock of hair styled upward and backward :  having a quiff A sharp-suited, bequiffed entertainer of the old school, he has a chiselled look and smooth sound that epitomise timeless, laid-back cool. — Melissa Field, Sunday Telegraph Magazine (Australia), 1 Mar. 2009 Cash's image—from bequiffed teddy boy idol to mystical man of the world, from ravaged rebel to self-styled spiritual guru, always sombrely suited and booted—was as important as his music. — Alice Jones, The Independent (London), 26 Jan. 2006

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1989

First Known Use of bequiffed

1989


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