1. a small hairpiece to cover partial baldness
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How To Use toupe In A Sentence

  • And the enamored, if usurping, duke wept bitterly and tore his hair to such an extent he totally destroyed his best toupet. The Certain Hour
  • There was unkind talk in the press about him dyeing his hair, possibly even wearing a toupee.
  • I left the young gentlemen of France with their hair brushed en toupet in front, and the toes of their boots round; now the boot-toes are pointed, and the hair combed flat, and, parted in the middle, falls in ringlets on the fashionable shoulders; and, in like manner, with books as with boots, the fashion has changed considerably, and it is not a little curious to contrast the old modes with the new. The Paris Sketch Book
  • Eventually, when nature demanded, the comb-over and the Orlon toupee would pass muster. Shortcut Man
  • For men, halfhearted comb-overs, plugs, weaves, and toupees are strictly forbidden and will be cause for harsh disciplinary action.
  • Balzac, in replying, referred to Lemaitre's _toupet_, and explained that, when disguising Vautrin as a Mexican general, he had in his mind General Murat. Balzac
  • You've also written about his toupee and you've written about what you call his reputation for goatish pursuit of young women was an open secret. CNN Transcript Sep 21, 2002
  • They will resort to toupees and tucks, soft-focus lighting and soft-fleshed leading ladies of an entirely inappropriate age.
  • So… here's some advice: no comb-overs, no toupees, wigs or other attachments.
  • I'll sprinkle glitter all over the toupeed Heritage Foundation Glitteratti. Archive 2005-10-16
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