This was important because during the 1920's, large numbers of women abandoned the confining corsets; thus was born the flapper, who scandalized the previously staid fashion scene with her short skirts, bobbed hair and decadent lifestyle.
Especially popular in England, the new bobbed hair had the same appeal to fashionable young women as it had their grandmothers in the 1920s - it was practical and easy to care for, as well as lively, fun, and glamorous.
The scout bobbed his head.
The fluffy white tail of a rabbit bobbed through the brush as the terrified animal bounded away.
She bobbed her head and darted off at the murmured instructions of the first woman.
A family out fishing had the catch of the day, in the same general area where Billie had bobbed to light.
He bobbed his head and awaited more information.
As he rode, problems bobbed to the surface of his mind like driftwood released from quicksand – ready to be plucked from the surface and worked into something useable.
Gerald's head bobbed above, watching him descend.
A few seconds later, Deidre's blond head bobbed to the surface.