Origin and Etymology of marcel
First Known Use: 1895See Words from the same year
Recent Examples of marcel from the Web
Her previously loose and tawny hair is now marcelled and peroxide blond; her glittering but shapeless black gown projects the expensive glamour of a society matron.
Unexpected guest-The attractive accordioniste in pearls and marcelled curls.
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First Known Use of marcel
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