Blonde

Word BLONDE
Character 6
Hyphenation blonde
Pronunciations /blɒnd/

Definitions and meanings of "Blonde"

What do we mean by blonde?

A pale yellowish (golden brown) color, especially said of hair color.

A person with this hair color.

A person with blonde hair; a hair color. Blondes are often stereotyped. Someone's hair color has no effect on their intelligence and little effect on their behavior, aside from the fact that people may change to fit what society expects of them. Not all blondes are dumb or attractive. Urban Dictionary

A hair color that's a light gold color, and is usually associated with ditziness and stupidity. Usually they're just as smart as people with other hair colors, but some of them act dumb because they think the whole "dumb blonde" thing is cute or something. They're not necessarily prettier than brunettes or other hair colors, but some of them put extra effort into makeup, fashion and weight control because of what society expects of blondes. Hair color is entirely superficial, and it's extremely shallow to judge entirely on a physical feature that can be changed as easy as hair color. Certainly some blondes are ditzy and stupid, but so can anyone. Let their personality speak for itself, not their hair. Urban Dictionary

A hair color anywhere from extremely pale to sandy colored(lions coat color). Urban Dictionary

It's a hair colour (gold, usually), NOT a personality trait. The dumb blonde cliché started with the kinds of characters Marylin Monroe played in many of her movies. She usually played characters who were pretty ditsy, though sometimes she came through with some profoundly wise insight. So when people blame their ditsiness or naivety on being blonde, they are just pandering to a popular culture stereotype. In other words, being blonde has nothing to do with being stupid. Being stupid has everything to do with being stupid. Urban Dictionary

A word that the English language borrowed from French to describe a hair color that is traditionally described as "fair" or "flaxen" in English. Blonde is a light hair color, ranging from light brown/dark blond to the tow headed platinum blonde. "Blond" is used in French to refer to a fair-haired man and "blonde" is used for a fair-haired woman. Blondes are stereotyped (often unfairly) as being sexually promiscuous and/or unintelligent. Since fair hair first appeared, many darker-haired peoples have imitated it... thus leading to fair and red hair being associated with prostitutes in some cases. The origins of the "dumb blonde" stereotype are not very clear, but it could be that the hair of many blondes turns darker as they grow and mature, and thus fair hair is associated with youth and childhood, and thus with innocence and naïveté. Urban Dictionary

No darker than the sandy color of a lions mane. Get that through your head people. Urban Dictionary

A light hair color. It can be annoying to be a blonde as a minor because your mother may not allow you to dye it, with the reason, "90% of blondes dye their hair blonde, and you lucked out by getting it naturally." Urban Dictionary

1) a person born with a certain shade of lighter hair; no correlation to high or low intelligence. 2) a person born with dark hair but who for some reason decided to dye it blonde; very strong correlation to low intelligence. Urban Dictionary

A hair color. Usually stereotyped as "dumb" and "stupid" Thats stupid if you think that. Its not true if you have blonde hair your dumb. Seriously!! Urban Dictionary

Coffee with cream in it. Often associated with diner waitress slang. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Blonde

The word "blonde" in example sentences

Starbucks chose the term "blonde" because "light" can "infer that something has been removed" or might confuse consumers who think of light coffee as having milk added, a spokeswoman says. ❋ Katy McLaughlin (2012)

That looks like like AZN Party, which makes the blonde is the ugliest thing confined within those walls, nothing of value was lost and a cupcake was had. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The next scary bit, she tries to hang onto her girl friend, but the blonde is already glued onto ❋ Unknown (1963)

Shellmound -- that tall, nice-lookin 'blonde that was with Butch ❋ Unknown (2010)

Creole roux is often called blonde by Cajuns, while a Cajun roux is only so called if it cooks on the flame until the moment just before burning, and is quite smoky and nearly black. ❋ Pascale Boucicaut (2012)

Especially since we later find out how generic and replaceable a beautiful, buxom blonde is to these men. ❋ Unknown (2009)

-- Brett getting pressured by the hot blonde from the croissant shop for sex and giving in after getting fooled by her "I'm leaving tomorrow for Delta Force sniper duty in Iraq" line. ❋ Trinfaneb (2009)

Does that ruin blonde haired, blue eyed women for the rest of us, lest we be accused of agreeing with the Nazis? ❋ Unknown (2010)

Does that ruin blonde haired, blue eyed women for the rest of us, lest we be accused of agreeing with theNazis? ❋ Unknown (2010)

UM, when you get here, the first dinner the blonde is planning to make for you is one of your favorites, but for our second dinner we should order up a real Schenectady Special --- a feast of egg rolls, won-ton soup, and ribs! ❋ Unknown (2009)

Maybe if you put in blonde porn stars in hot jeans and tats and piercings you might stir sime interest in the prostitots crowd – but … ❋ Unknown (2010)

The sweet-faced Finnish blonde is chatting with the heavyset older woman and you can see that she's thinking about her mother as they chat. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Colleagues and patrons described her to us as a petite, eye-catching Latin American blonde whose presence at Ozio's front door was a potent lure at the martini-and-cigar bar that's seen better days. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The pretty blonde is pictured wearing a black, lacy thong with hold-up stockings as she poses on one of the city's historic bridges with a cigarette in her hand. ❋ Not A Sheep (2008)

The blonde is a very good cook and she can make vegetables not taste like vegetables. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Or could he have run off with that leggy blonde from the coven? ❋ Unknown (2008)

Girl 1- OMG, I am such a [valley girl], don't you [lyk] think I seem like I should be lyk "blonde?" Girl 2- No, because your hair color has nothing to do with your personality. I think [you're dumb]. ❋ Nonegiven33 (2006)

As a brunette, I haven't noticed any [correlation] between [blondes] and ditziness at [my school]. Some of them are even at the top of our class. ❋ Becca (2005)

[That girl's] [hair] is blonde. ❋ Traveling Bob (2006)

[Marylin Monroe's] character, at the end of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, convinces her would-be [father-in-law] that women chasing after [rich men] is like men chasing after beautiful women. ❋ Mad Hatter (2004)

Contrary to the stereotype, only a small minority of the blonde community is dumb. Marilyn Monroe, Judy [Holliday], and Betty [Hutton] (contrary to their ditzy images) were quite intelligent women who wanted to be taken seriously. The only dumb blondes that I know of are Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Jessica Simpson, and Ann Coulter. Lindsay Lohan (foolishly) dyed blonde her beautiful scarlet [tresses]. If blondes are so dumb, explain the intellect of Golden Retrievers and the alleged stupidity of the red-haired Irish [Setter]. For once, a someone with a darker hair color is the "dumb" one. ❋ Lorelili (2006)

[That person] has [blonde hair]. ❋ Traveling Bob (2006)

Me: Can I [dye] my hair brown? Mom: You can't dye [ALL of it] brown, because 90% of [blondes]... You're lucky to have light hair. ❋ Rinney (2005)

Notice that the dumb blonde myth is dictinctly American. Needless to say it fails to [hold water] somewhere like Scandinavia, the people of which are noted for their [brooding], [introspective] nature. Somehow, the majority-blonde population there have built some of the most progressive and successful nations in the modern world. ❋ Glumdalclitch (2006)

Guy: God, your soo blonde. [Brunette]: Thats not true!! Dont insult [my BFF] she gets all [A's]!! Blonde: Yea. Your the one acting like a dumb blonde!! ❋ SMES316 (2008)

[Waitress]: How do you like your coffee? [Patron]: [Blonde] please ❋ Her Dudeness (2006)

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