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a flat, springlike metal hairpin having the prongs held close together by tension. noun (US & Canadian, Austral & NZ) a metal hairpin bent in order to hold the hair in place Brit terms hairgrip, kirby grip n.
socks that reach above the ankle and are sometimes folded down to the ankle. indicating or associated with the wearing of bobbysocks; adolescent: strictly a bobbysocks crowd; the bobbysocks generation. plural noun ankle-length socks worn by teenage girls, esp in the US in the 1940s
socks that reach above the ankle and are sometimes folded down to the ankle. indicating or associated with the wearing of bobbysocks; adolescent: strictly a bobbysocks crowd; the bobbysocks generation. Months ago colored bobby sox folded at the top were decreed, not by anyone or any group but, as usual, by a sudden mysterious and […]
an adolescent girl, especially during the 1940s, following youthful fads and fashions. noun (informal, mainly US) an adolescent girl wearing bobby socks, esp in the 1940s