Quiff vs. Pompadour

Quiff vs. Pompadour — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Quiff and Pompadour

Quiffnoun

A tuft of hair, especially a forelock.

Pompadournoun

A hairstyle formed by sweeping the hair straight up from the forehead into a high, turned-back roll, sometimes using a rat.

Quiffnoun

A woman regarded as promiscuous.

Pompadournoun

A hairstyle with the hair brushed back from the forehead to stand straight up without parting.

Quiffnoun

(British dialect) A puff or whiff, especially of tobacco smoke.

Pompadournoun

A women's hairstyle in which the hair is swept upwards from the face and worn high over the forehead.

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Quiffnoun

A trick or ploy; a stratagem.

Pompadournoun

A men's hairstyle of the 1950s.

Quiffnoun

A hairstyle whereby the forelock is brushed and/or gelled upward, often associated with the styles of the 1950s.

Pompadournoun

A crimson or pink colour.

Quiffnoun

(slang) A young girl, especially as promiscuous; a prostitute.

Pompadournoun

A corsage with low square neck.

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Quiffnoun

(slang) The vulva or vagina.

Pompadournoun

A pattern for silk, with leaves and flowers in pink, blue, and gold.

Quiffverb

To arrange (the hair) in such a manner.

Pompadournoun

A member of the 56th (West Essex) Regiment of Foot, an infantry regiment in the British Army, active from 1755 to 1881.

Quiffnoun

a prominent forelock (especially one brushed upward from the forehead)

Pompadourverb

To style hair into a pompadour

Pompadournoun

French noblewoman who was the lover of Louis XV, whose policies she influenced (1721-1764)

Pompadournoun

a hair style in which the front hair is swept up from the forehead

Pompadourverb

style women's hair in a pompadour