haired

adjective
\ ˈherd How to pronounce haired (audio) \

Definition of haired

: having hair especially of a specified kind usually used in combination dark-haired

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That afternoon, the long-haired suspect entered the courtroom of Judge Mark Peterson for his arraignment. oregonlive.com, "How Portland protester ‘John Doe’ walked out of jail after his arrest," 20 Aug. 2019 The long-haired Navy veteran shot for the Milwaukee underground newspaper Kaleidoscope. Michael Hill, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Milwaukee man's Woodstock photos are displayed for 1st time, 50 years later," 15 Aug. 2019 Nothing in the house connected the long-haired Henning and Birch to the crime – no hair, fibers, blood or, when teests became available, DNA. Edmund H. Mahony, courant.com, "More than three decades later, troubling questions and contradictions remain about two murder convictions and the role of forensic scientist Henry Lee," 23 July 2019 The Red Sea Diving Resort, which features a bearded and long-haired Evans, is set to hit Netflix on July 31. Ale Russian, PEOPLE.com, "Chris Evans Is Bearded and Back to Saving People in The Red Sea Diving Resort Trailer," 17 July 2019 Two gray-haired guys who grew up about 30 miles apart in northeast Pennsylvania. Kyle Fredrickson, The Denver Post, "Why Broncos coach Vic Fangio has a friend in Cubs manager Joe Maddon," 12 June 2019 The long-haired Lawrence cut though Alabama’s defense with the help of another fabulous freshman. Ralph D. Russo, The Seattle Times, "Orange Crush: Clemson topples No. 1 ‘Bama for national title," 8 Jan. 2019 Justin Bieber’s scandalous eating methods baffled people last week after a photo of the long-haired vagrant biting into the middle of a burrito went viral. Julia Alexander, The Verge, "The bizarre Justin Bieber burrito incident reminds us not to believe everything online," 29 Oct. 2018 His appearance Wednesday, gaunt and long-haired after almost 11 months in detention, came in a last-ditch effort to avoid prison. John Maccormack, San Antonio Express-News, "Jonas sentenced to 35 years for public corruption in Crystal City," 16 May 2018

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First Known Use of haired

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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haired

adjective
\ ˈha(ə)rd, ˈhe(ə)rd How to pronounce haired (audio) \

Medical Definition of haired

: having hair especially of a specified kind usually used in combination red-haired

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