One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A device incorporating two narrow heated plates used for straightening a person's hair.‘the fire was started by hair straighteners being left on’
- ‘I caught him trying and failing to give himself a floppy fringe using Bridget's hair straighteners.’
- ‘I will pay all the bills before I go out shopping for new curtains and new hair straighteners.’
- ‘The firm, which imports and sells ceramic hair straighteners, is moving to purpose-built business premises.’
- ‘Hair straighteners were supposed to be compulsorily used by every woman, regardless of age, hair type, race.’
- ‘In the tiny, tidy room, her hair straighteners are on a bedside table.’
- ‘She tried to claim a pair of £100 hair straighteners on her parliamentary expenses.’
- ‘This week she is sporting two scalds on her forehead, where she has branded herself with the hair straighteners.’
- ‘I will never own a set of hair straighteners.’
- ‘He burned his right arm with hair straighteners.’
- ‘Detectives found clothing, footwear, handbags, and hair straighteners during searches across the area yesterday.’
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