One 12th-century depiction shows an iron visor worn over a coif of mail.
The mop of hair had turned into a coif, and the clothes had become loud.
Trump’s distinctive coif to people in a photo, and a photo-sharing program.
Today, even after raising prices, he will need to coif 60 customers to cover the bill.
He was a small, compact man with what her mother would have called a “coif” of thick, shiny hair.
“I don’t know any way to rock a stylin’ hairnet,” she writes, adding, “just in case, bring a knit cap that can cover your coif.”
Serena mentioned that her great-grandmother slept sitting upright in a chair, so as to preserve her traditional Arlésienne coif.
For the movie, Fonda had to cut the long dyed-blond coif she’d adopted, as she puts it, “to compete with the wives”—Vadim’s exes.
The masks have facial forms that repeat the angular pattern established by the heavy triangular eyelids, and they are topped by a bushy coif of raffia.
Julie was such a casual dresser—to the point, really, of being careless—whereas Ericka was heavily made-up and wore her hair teased into a dramatic coif.
His hair is buzzed on the sides but topped with choppy bangs, a rocker coif that makes it look as if a wad of hair just landed on his head from a great height.
His physical aspect—the mahogany skin tone, the smoky baritone, the Ken-doll coif, and the impeccably dapper attire—lends itself to caricature with a throwback theme.
Yet technical fixes are often seductive to educators, especially a technical fix like Sphero, whose surface has two cute blue dots and an upswept blue coif, suggesting a tiny face.
(ESPN promoted the broadcast with a marketing campaign, “Kiperized,” in which photographs of other ESPN personalities were digitally enhanced to give them Kiper’s coif and glasses.)
And yet no sun can melt Blago’s coif, which, despite his many troubles, descends like a silken espresso curtain and then swerves suddenly to the side, revealing a gaze most innocent.
The club kids are professional party creatures, who dress and coif themselves to fabulous extremes and are paid by the management of the clubs to hang out—thereby, presumably, attracting the less fashion-forward wannabes and weekend scenesters.
Lichtenstein’s Pop icon is at once a coolly ironic deconstruction of pulp melodrama and a formally dynamic—even moving—composition, thanks largely to the interplay of the subject’s hair (swept into a perfect Mad Men–era coif) and the waves (which seem to have wandered in from a Hokusai print) threatening her.
An abbess, arising in haste and in the dark to find one of her nuns, who had been denounced to her, in bed with her lover and, thinking to cover her head with her coif, donneth instead thereof the breeches of a priest who is abed with her; the which the accused nun observing and making her aware thereof, she is acquitted and hath leisure to be with her lover 432
- the arrangement of the hair (especially a woman's hair)
- cover with a coif
- arrange attractively
- a skullcap worn by nuns under a veil or by soldiers under a hood of mail or formerly by British sergeants-at-law
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An abbess arising in haste and in the dark to find one of her nuns who had been denounced to her in bed with her lover and thinking to cover her head with her coif donneth instead thereof the breeches of a priest who is abed with her the which the accused nun observing and making her aware thereof she is acquitted and hath leisure to be with her lover 432