Definition of 'halo'

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Synonyms of "halo"
Synonyms of "halo"
French Translation of "halo"
French Translation of "halo"
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That golden halo crashed down a year ago. Times, Sunday Times (2014)One explanation for these sightings is the rare atmospheric phenomenon of a halo and a sun pillar. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We push the boundaries and produce halo cars. The Sun (2016)He looks like an alien mop: skinny with a halo of frizzy hair. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The F-Type roadster and convertible are both great halo cars but they remain relatively small niche sellers. The Sun (2014)I walked as it were in a mere halo of light and all beyond was thick darkness. Eric Newby A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003)But she has such a charm about her, one forgets what she herself is in the halo that surrounds her. Elizabeth Gaskell Wives and Daughters (1864)With her halo of white hair, classic features and clothes, she had a distinguished presence. Times, Sunday Times (2015)From a distance his hair is a halo of blond, his body lithe, his bottom high and round. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Hair gradually goes see-through -- the sort of hair that appears as a fine fuzzy halo when a light shines on it. Colette Harris, With Theresa Cheung PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (2002)It finished with a picture of me with a halo above my head and I'm quite proud of that. The Sun (2009)

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