hair dryer


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n hair dryer a hand-held electric blower that can blow warm air onto the hair; used for styling hair
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In literature:

The drying is readily accomplished with an electric hair dryer.
"The Science of Fingerprints" by Federal Bureau of Investigation

In news:

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Has announced it will begin sales of a new type of hair dryer that has nanotechnology functions starting June 21.
Others swear by butter, nail polish or a hair dryer turned on high and aimed at the invasion site.
Bio Ionic Free Style Hair Dryer.
Toni Rudig of Delafield sits in a vintage hair-dryer chair for sale at her shop, Toni's Hoarder?s World in the Third Ward.
Imagine a bald gentleman walks into a department store, and the clerk at the counter asks him if he is interested in buying a hair dryer.
Taming your tresses isn't the only good reason to keep a hair dryer handy.
A hair dryer was missing.
How a month of "Margaritaville" and a bald man with a hair dryer convinced Scott Ligon to get serious about music.
One of celebrity hairstylist Mark Townsend's favorite tools, this hair-dryer is as small as the hotel kind, but way more powerful.
Professional Salon Hair Dryer.
Sedu Revolution Pro 6000i Hair Dryer.
Each guest room includes a refrigerator, in- room safe, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, make-up mirror and daily newspaper.
The Sedu Revolution Pro 6000i Hair Dryer.
Lunchtime Beauty Q&A: Are Expensive Hair Dryers Worth it.
Solano 3700Moda Hair Dryer.