Carrot top
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British pronunciation/kˈaɹət tˈɒp/
American pronunciation/kˈæɹət tˈɑːp/
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a person whose hair has a color between red and brown

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carrot top definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "carrot top" and when to use it?

The idiom "carrot top" originated in the early 19th century and was used to describe a person with red or orange hair, likening the hair color to the top or foliage of a carrot. In modern usage, "carrot top" is typically employed as a colloquial or slang term to refer to someone with red or orange hair. It can be used playfully or teasingly, but it's important to be mindful of its potential to be seen as derogatory or offensive by some. As with any idioms or slang, it's important to use "carrot top" with awareness of the context and the feelings of others.

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The girl with the carrot top confidently embraces her unique hair color, radiating a sense of individuality.
The actress, known for her carrot top, rose to fame in the entertainment industry and left a lasting impression on audiences.
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