Definition of Toupeed
1. Adjective. Wearing a small hairpiece to cover partial baldness.
Definition of Toupeed
1. Adjective. Wearing a toupee. ¹
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toupeed
toupeed (current term)
tour de force
Literary usage of Toupeed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1827)
"... which was early discovered to bear the same relation to Homer, that a whiskered and toupeed cast in a hair-dresser's shop bears to the head of Memnon, ..."
2. Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, in the Olden Time: In the Olden by John Fanning Watson (1857)
"We could name such an individual, with powdered and toupeed hair and ruffles over his hands, who was so preached at, and afterwards became a Methodist ..."
3. Traditions of Edinburgh by Robert Chambers (1847)
"... meet for the recreation of dancing with their toupeed and deep-skirted beaux. There, in that little side-room, formed by an outshot from the building, ..."
4. The Oxford Sausage: Or, Select Poetical Pieces by Thomas Warton (1814)
"Sneaking and sad—le juste portrait Ifun power e Capitaine Reforme: My wig, which shunn'd each ruder wind, toupeed before, and bagg'd behind, Which JOHN was ..."
5. The Works of Soame Jenyns ...: Including Several Pieces Never Before by Soame Jenyns (1793)
"... young fellows in every county, each armed like the hero in a romance, dreft, powdered, and toupeed by the reforming hand of a genteel fer- ..."
6. London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis by David Hughson (1807)
"... highly toupeed, and loaded with diamonds, very much prevailed; the Countess of Essex, however, after her divorce, appeared at court, "dressed as a ..."
7. The Cyclopædia of Wit and Humor: Containing Choice and Characteristic by William Evans Burton (1864)
"... Which smart when fate was kind, toupeed before and bagg'd behind, Now, spoil'd of all its jaunty pride, Hangs loose and lank on every side, history does ..."