scrunchie


scrunchie
scrunchie, scrunchy [{{t}}'skrʌntʃɪ]
noun
chouchou m (pour tenir les cheveux)

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  • Scrunchie — A scrunchie (or scrunchy) is a fabric covered elastic hair tie, commonly used to fasten long hair. Large, elaborate styles and diminutive, unassuming forms are available.The scrunchie was invented by Rommy Revson, who patented the design in 1994 …   Wikipedia

  • scrunchie — Elastic hairband with decorative cloth wrapping Sara looked very 1989 with that gold lame scrunchie in her hair …   Dictionary of american slang

  • scrunchie — Elastic hairband with decorative cloth wrapping Sara looked very 1989 with that gold lame scrunchie in her hair …   Dictionary of american slang

  • scrunchie — or scrunchy noun (plural scrunchies) Date: 1988 a fabric covered elastic used for holding back hair (as in a ponytail) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • scrunchie — scrunch·ie also scrunch·y (skrŭnʹchē) n. pl. scrunch·ies An elasticized fabric ring used chiefly by women and girls to gather or fasten the hair.   [After the company that made such rings.] * * * …   Universalium

  • scrunchie — noun A small elasticated ring of fabric placed around long hair to hold it in place behind the head …   Wiktionary

  • scrunchie — n. cloth covered elastic hairband adj. making a loud crunching sound when crushed …   English contemporary dictionary

  • scrunchie — /ˈskrʌntʃi/ (say skrunchee) noun an elastic ring for the hair covered by a loose cloth ring, giving the cloth a crumpled effect. Also, scrunchy. {scrunch + ie} …   Australian English dictionary

  • scrunchie — …   Useful english dictionary

  • scrunchy — noun see scrunchie …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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