Definition of Flaxen. Meaning of Flaxen. Synonyms of Flaxen

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Definition of Flaxen

Flaxen
Flaxen Flax"en, a. Made of flax; resembling flax or its fibers; of the color of flax; of a light soft straw color; fair and flowing, like flax or tow; as, flaxen thread; flaxen hair.

Meaning of Flaxen from wikipedia

- Flaxen generally describes things that are made of flax, or have the color of unspun dressed flax — a pale yellowish-gray. Uses include: Flaxen, a variant...
- The flaxen gene is a trait which causes the mane and tail of chestnut-colored horses to be noticeably lighter than the body coat color, often a golden...
- 1910. The title is in French and translates roughly to "The Girl with the Flaxen Hair". The piece is 39 measures long and takes approximately two and a half...
- Flax or Flaxen is a pale yellowish-gray, the color of straw or unspun dressed flax. An early use of "flaxen" to describe hair color appears in David Copperfield...
- peroxide blond: terms used to refer to artificially colored blond hair. blond/flaxen: when distinguished from other varieties, "blond" by itself refers to a...
- light mane and tail. Chestnut with flaxen mane and tail: Lighter chestnuts with a light cream mane and tail carry a flaxen gene, but not a cream dilution...
- recessive mode of inheritance. Flaxen chestnut and blond chestnut are terms that describe manes and/or tails that are flaxen, or significantly lighter than...
- Light-colored sorrels, sometimes called "blond sorrels," especially if they have flaxen manes and tails, may resemble a palomino. However, true palomino coloration...
- bundles of fiber have the appearance of blonde hair, hence the description "flaxen" hair. It is stronger than cotton fiber, but less elastic. The best grades...
- those surrounding spotting patterns, color sub-shades such as "sooty" or "flaxen", and markings. Genetically, all horses start out as either chestnut, called...
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