For the next few hours, police used search dogs to comb the woods for the man.
She decided I needed a “comb through,” which meant it would be straightened from the root to the tip (even better in my mind).
He called on Libyans to “sweep through Tripoli and comb it for traitors.”
comb the coast, and you could stumble upon that dream weekend retreat.
I wanted to comb it, to swing it, to spin around in circles.
Nearly all the men carried in their hair a comb projecting in front or on one side.
"May have its comb clipped if it make over-much noise," broke in an Englishman.
A silk thread may be tied to the wire, but a narrow silk ribbon is better than thread, as it will hold the comb steady.
At this dangerous moment her ladyship artfully let drop the comb.
She is forbidden to touch her head, for which purpose she uses a comb with three points.
Old English camb "comb, crest, honeycomb" (later Anglian comb), from West Germanic *kambaz (cf. Old Saxon and Old High German camb, German Kamm, Middle Dutch cam, Dutch kam, Old Norse kambr), literally "toothed object," from PIE *gombhos, from root *gembh- "to bite, tooth" (cf. Greek gomphos "a molar tooth," Sanskrit gambha-s "tooth").