Definition of haired
: having hair especially of a specified kind —usually used in combination dark-haired
Recent Examples of haired from the Web
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.
On July 27, 1967, readers of The Star were introduced to recent arrivals from Haight-Ashbury — bushy-haired Bob Ellison, 21, and wife Noelle, 18, who wore tinted glasses.
The image depicts the bearded, long-haired singer emoting from inside a circular, coin-like design.
Or tag along with a red-haired friend or family member.
Every weekday morning, white-haired women patiently line up before a door at a Dresden retirement home, step in, and quickly step back nearly six decades into their past in Communist East Germany.
Brian says his uncle at some point called black-haired, mustachioed Skippy, as well as Billy’s other brother Bobby (Brother Bob, maybe?
Konstantin Anisimov, a burly, dark-haired, ebullient man, is Anisimova’s primary coach.
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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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