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Definition of Haired

  • Having hair.
  • In composition: Having (such) hair; as, red-haired.
  • having or covered with hair

How to use haired in a sentence. Haired pronunciation.

I caught myself wondering if the folks in Liverpool could only see me now; and I thought of yellow- haired Gussie, whose brother I licked after my first voyage, just because he was not for having a sailorman courting his sister.
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Here, the railroad terminates; but, hence we may ride on, by an unbroken succession of enchanting bays, and beautiful scenery, sloping from the highest summit of Saint Angelo, the highest neighbouring mountain, down to the water's edge-among vineyards, olive-trees, gardens of oranges and lemons, orchards, heaped-up rocks, green gorges in the hills-and by the bases of snow-covered heights, and through small towns with handsome, dark- haired women at the doors-and pass delicious summer villas-to Sorrento, where the Poet Tasso drew his inspiration from the beauty surrounding him.
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I still seem to see it, the huge grim thing; many of the others were large, strikingly so, and appeared fully to justify the old man's conclusion that their owners must have been strange fellows; but, compared with this mighty mass of bone, they looked small and diminutive like those of pigmies; it must have belonged to a giant, one of those red- haired warriors of whose strength and stature such wondrous tales are told in the ancient chronicles of the north, and whose grave-hills, when ransacked, occasionally reveal secrets which fill the minds of puny moderns with astonishment and awe.
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He is now a gray haired old man, with one sorrow over his one act of disobedience, one wrong word embittering all his life-with those words ever ringing in his ears, "Mother, I don't love you now.
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A dusky rose sometimes lurks there with such an effect of vitality as you will hardly get from the shallower pink of the flaxened haired.
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Mack Mullen is tall, grey haired, sharp featured and of Caucasian strain (his mother was a mulatto) with a keen mind and an appearance that belies his 75 years.
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But when he took his hands away and opened his terrified eyes, the exquisitely seductive melody, wind blown from the water, thrilled him in every fiber; his wild gaze fell upon a distant, glittering shape-white-armed, golden- haired, fish-tailed, slender body glittering with silvery scales.
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The loyal wives soon had the husband's clothes in the homemade knapsack; the mother buckled on the girdle of her son, while the gray haired father was burning with impatience, only sorrowing that he, too, could not go.
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No sooner were the guests reclining on their cushions, than the fair- haired boys reappeared, wound garlands of ivy and myrtle around the heads and shoulders of the revellers, and washed their feet in silver basins.
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The German heroine of this miniature Nibelungenlied was tall and slender, fair haired and fair faced.
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It was Junia, brilliant, buoyant, yellow haired, with bright brown eyes, tingling cheeks, and white laughing teeth that showed against her red lips.
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One of the twins was dark haired and was baptized Mary, while the other was a blonde and was named Catherine.
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At about this time a stranger appeared in Cloisterham; a white- haired personage, with black eyebrows.
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True, Ferdinand and Isabella were of northern blood, red haired Goths, but their northern blood had been nourished for a thousand years upon the hillsides of Northern Spain, and they had become Spaniards in fact, with all Spanish beliefs and tendencies.
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The one in the dress and short hair imitated from the Norman,-was our old friend Godrith, whom the reader may remember as the rebuker of Taillefer, and the friend of Mallet de Graville; the other, in a plain linen Saxon tunic, and the gonna worn on state occasions, to which he seemed unfamiliar, but with heavy gold bracelets on his arms, long haired and bearded, was Vebba, the Kentish thegn, who had served as nuncius from Godwin to Edward.
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The speaker was a tall young corporal, Sam Vicary by name and by birth a Somerset lad-a curly haired, broad-shouldered fellow with a simple engaging smile.
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He continued to look at her and forget the sun, just such a reciprocity of influence as might have been expected between a dark lady and a flaxen- haired youth making itself apparent in the faces of each. 'Don't let me interrupt your observations,' said she.
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The carpenter, 'innocent and happy in love's young dream,' gave no weight to the threat, but led his 'golden- haired darling to the altar,' and there, the two were made one; there also, just as the minister's hands were stretched in blessing over their heads, the fell deed was done-with a knife-and the bride fell a corpse at her husband's feet.
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For a long time after this, whenever he met Emma or her white- haired mother, he turned aside, so as not to come face to face with them.
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Another of the SAMPSONS wouldn't even chop off MARIAR ANTERNETTE'S head until her hair had been cut off, so he could peel her top-knot off slick and cleen. Lookin' back at these cheerful antsisters of your'n, it's no wonder you go in for long haired labor.
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Examples of Haired

Example #1
And with Gussie in my eyes I looked at Tilly.
Example #2
The shaman was being helped out by the big medicines from the other tribes, and it shivered my spine up and down, the deviltries they cut.
Example #3
In the last-named direction, where, over doors and archways, there are countless little images of San Gennaro, with his Canute's hand stretched out, to check the fury of the Burning Mountain, we are carried pleasantly, by a railroad on the beautiful Sea Beach, past the town of Torre del Greco, built upon the ashes of the former town destroyed by an eruption of Vesuvius, within a hundred years; and past the flat-roofed houses, granaries, and macaroni manufactories; to Castel-a-Mare, with its ruined castle, now inhabited by fishermen, standing in the sea upon a heap of rocks.
Example #4
Whether we turn towards the Miseno shore of the splendid watery amphitheatre, and go by the Grotto of Posilipo to the Grotto del Cane and away to Baiae: or take the other way, towards Vesuvius and Sorrento, it is one succession of delights.
Example #5
But I can down with a bully of theirs.
Example #6
Reader, have you ever pored days and nights over the pages of Snorro?-probably not, for he wrote in a language which few of the present day understand, and few would be tempted to read him tamed down by Latin dragomans.