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a wig: false hair (worn by judges and bald people)
The traditional English court dress for judges and advocates is a robe and wig. This practice is sometimes followed in other Commonwealth countries.
- "A blonde chick is sick of being called a 'dumb blonde' so she goes to the hairdressers to buy a brunette wig."
- "And I also would like to add that your wig is very distinguished, and grey, and dusty-"
- "You should be wearing a gold tutu with ballerina slippers, and a red wig."
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