To measure for toupee or Scratch, cut a piece of paper the exact size and shape of bald spot.
They all called it toupee because it was like one, but the name was forbidden in her father's hearing.
Midway through the interview Harry noticed that he too was wearing a toupee.
"Stow it, toupee," said Theodore, and caught the hold-all in time.
Then he lifted off his toupee and held it, poised above his head.
Mr. Wendeborn wears his own hair, which curls naturally, and the toupee is combed up.
Yet the Doctor, whose heels were thicker and his toupee higher, was six feet two without those advantages.
Father was a toupee manufacturer which makes Charlie hair to a big-wig's fortune.
If you boys dont stop talking about my toupee, complained Don Ernesto, one day, I shall have no peace at all.
Whats all this got to do with rescuing Prince Huacafalse teeth, glass eyes and toupee?
1727, from French toupet "tuft of hair, forelock," diminutive formed from Old French toupe "tuft," from Frankish *top, related to top (n.1) "highest point." Originally an artificial curl or lock on the top of the head; a style, not necessarily a compensation for baldness. In 18c., also sometimes used of a person who wears a toupee. Slang short form toup is recorded from 1959.