Adjective "haired" definition and examples



Definitions and examples


Having hair of a specified kind.
  1. 'short-haired cats'
  2. 'The host, a long-haired bloke with a Northern accent, was a genial non-condescending guide.'
  3. 'Bertie, a rough-haired pepper-coloured terrier, has been missing from his home for almost a year.'
  4. 'There is a case that dogs need coats in the winter, especially shorter-haired dogs and smaller dogs.'
  5. 'I was approached by an elderly grey-haired gentleman who attempted to elicit my support.'
  6. 'My long-haired cat abruptly jumps into my lap, rubs his fluffy white fur all over my black outfit, knocks my coffee onto the keyboard, and then bounds away, startled and hissing, for no good reason.'


1. having hair of a specified kind (usually used in combination): dark-haired; long-haired.

2. New England (chiefly Maine) . angry, annoyed, or upset (often followed by up): Don't get haired up over his insults.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be haired."

"strikers can be haired."

"people/places/organizations can be haired."

"lovers can be haired."

"killers can be haired."

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