Word: Curler
Dictionary definition

A mechanical device consisting of a cylindrical tube around which the hair is wound to curl it.

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Definition Complexity: 49584

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Ethan.Davies836k wrote:
hot round metal to curl hair

Definition Complexity: 15012
Improvement over original definition: 34572

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Isabella.Johnson610.0k wrote:
A heated plug-in appliance that is used to create curls and waves in hair.

Definition Complexity: 39491
Improvement over original definition: 10093

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Ava.Williams827k wrote:
Electronic device that gets hot and curls hair

Definition Complexity: 21450
Improvement over original definition: 28134

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Isabella.Johnson610.0k wrote:
a manual tool or electric device used to curl something, usually hair

Definition Complexity: 28306
Improvement over original definition: 21278

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