Definition of haired
: having hair especially of a specified kind —usually used in combination dark-haired
Recent Examples of haired from the Web
ROME (AP) — Joaquin Navarro-Valls, a suave, silver-haired Spaniard who was a close confidant of Pope John Paul II, serving for more than two decades as chief Vatican spokesman, has died at the age of 80.
Something about Roy’s self-hating-Jewish persona drew him to fair-haired boys.
My brown-haired personality is most studious, charming, and earnest. .
Delivery Hero's Swedish Chief Executive Officer Niklas Oestberg, a sandy-haired, 37-year-old former management consultant, founded a forerunner company in Stockholm in 2008.
Last February, photos of her posing with actual royalty, a six-foot-five, flame-haired drag queen named Olivia Jones, exploded on the web.
Today, the white-haired, beret-wearing 83-year-old is best known as Jack Nicholson’s seatmate at Los Angeles Lakers games.
The little curly-haired girl seemed to be well-fed and cared for, but the caseworker cited drugs in the home and alleged domestic violence in deciding that Devani would be safer, at least temporarily, in foster care.
The Blondes, which centers on a woman who treks to find the father of her unborn child while navigating a world where blonde-haired women could turn into rabid monsters at any moment.
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Medical Definition of haired
: having hair especially of a specified kind—usually used in combination red-haired
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