Definition of strawberry blond in English:

strawberry blond

(also strawberry blonde)

adjective

  • Denoting hair of a light reddish-blond color.

    • ‘She was a small girl with short strawberry blond hair and blue eyes.’
    • ‘Donovan sat up, sighing, and raked a hand through his mess of strawberry blond hair.’
    • ‘She had long strawberry blond hair, falling gently around her shoulders in soft waves.’
    • ‘As Amy and I headed towards the door hand in hand I caught a glimpse of strawberry blond hair.’
    • ‘His queen, a girl with long, strawberry blond ringlets, clutched his arm tightly at his side, positively beaming.’
    • ‘James had strawberry blond hair and twinkling green eyes.’
    • ‘A ponytail of strawberry blond hair hung casually below the reversed peak of her baseball cap.’
    • ‘Her hair wasn't even real red; it was more strawberry blond.’
    • ‘He was of medium height and build with strawberry blond hair and freckles.’
    • ‘Lana, a girl with strawberry blond hair, jumped up from her seat in a rush, her hair falling all around her face.’
    • ‘The mother came in from the kitchen, dark steel blue eyes clouded over with tears of worry and stress, strawberry blond hair matted and gnarled.’
    • ‘As I waved my hand through my shoulder length strawberry blond hair, I remembered last summer.’
    • ‘She had strawberry blond hair, that matched the boy's slightly.’
    • ‘I peeked in the crack and saw a flash of Brittany's strawberry blond hair.’
    • ‘A nurse with strawberry blond hair walked in the room.’
    • ‘They set perched atop a pert nose, and small heart-shaped lips, surrounded by high cheekbones and sun-kissed strawberry blond hair.’
    • ‘Cherry peered over the runway, finding Rose's strawberry blond hair among the crowd easily.’
    • ‘Courtney's strawberry blond hair fell just past her shoulders, cascading onto her crimson vest.’
    • ‘He is aged in his mid-20s with reddish or strawberry blond hair.’
    • ‘Tiny and withered by hard living as she appeared, she still wore shocking strawberry blond braids down to her waist.’
    blond, blonde, yellow, yellowish, golden, flaxen, light, light brown, light-coloured, strawberry blonde, tow-coloured, platinum, ash blonde, bleached, bleached-blonde, sun-bleached, peroxide, bottle-blonde
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noun

  • A person who has light reddish-blond hair.

    • ‘Dunphy will not have to change his hair colour, although it wouldn't matter much to him, as he was a strawberry blonde in his footballing days.’
    • ‘Jesse rolled her eyes and smacked the strawberry blonde around the back of his head.’
    • ‘That isn't an easy endeavor since I'm a strawberry blonde with pasty skin, so I always blotch and burn and look like I've been scrubbing my face with steel wool.’
    • ‘I was not totally prepared for the young strawberry blonde on the other side.’
    • ‘‘I'm Miranda Tuttles,’ said the sturdy strawberry blonde that rounded out the foursome.’
    • ‘She was a petite strawberry blonde with ocean-blue eyes that seemed to cry even when her soft oval face was smiling.’
    • ‘I mentally noted that Scarlett was a strawberry blonde, with natural red highlights streaking her hair.’
    • ‘She is an awesome looking strawberry blonde.’
    • ‘His eyes were blue and of course he was a strawberry blonde - those Swedes make beautiful children.’
    • ‘They both watch as Greg taps the shoulder of a small strawberry blonde, who turns to him in surprise.’
    • ‘Inez stared at the strawberry blonde, trying to make the image in front of her fit the memory of the female jester she'd been gallivanting around the ship with for the last few hours.’
    • ‘She was a strawberry blonde with brown eyes and pretty face.’
    • ‘She turned to the strawberry blonde and gave her an angry look that shrank her.’
    • ‘She was an adorable small strawberry blonde who always had a smile and could cheer anyone up.’
    • ‘The petite strawberry blonde dashed across the cabin, nimbly avoiding the other girls curled on the floor atop their sleeping bags, playing cards.’