bronde adjective describes hair that has been dyed artfully to be both brown and blonde
Celebrities’ best bronde moments [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ 13 October 2015]
Wearing a blue Schiaparelli haute couture dress, Swift is barely recognisable with straight ‘bronde’ hair and a fringe. [www.news.com.au/ 13 October 2015]
cold-shoulder adjective describes a style of clothing for the upper body in which the shoulders are cut away
And if that’s not enough to get you into a woolly frenzy, then meet the solution to roll-neck claustrophobia: the cold-shoulder polo neck.
[Grazia (UK celebrity magazine) 30 November 2015]
accidental fur noun fur that is derived from roadkill
This season’s must-have – ‘accidental fur’: Meet the woman who creates muffs, wraps and scarves from roadkill
[www.dailymail.co.uk 14 December 2015]
Boston-based Petite Mort Fur owner Pamela Paquin is turning roadkills into ‘accidental fur’ items such as hats, leg warmers, neck muffs, purses and more.
[www.techtimes.com 15 December 2015]
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I already know these words.
Don’t be rude. They worked hard on thinking of these words.