from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as brunet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having hair of a dark color
- adj. covered with dark hair
Sorry, no etymologies found.
First Impression: Vince is described as a dark-haired Italian who’s warm, witty, and driven.
Though the boys and girls at her school were kept separate, she “found means of conversing” and fell in love with “a tall, slim, thoughtful, dark-haired boy named Fritz.”
Brands like Artec shampoo are slathered on dark-haired cows, while Pantene is preferred for the blonder bovines.
A young dark-haired, fair-skinned boy dashes down the stairs and jumps to skip the last two.
And I too have been daydreaming about blue wings ... and also about a certain dark-haired vampire * grin*
Helen Day is haunted by visions of herself surrounded by flames, as a dark-haired man watches her burn.
A chubby, dark-haired, light-skinned African American girl stood.
A dark-haired young man in a denim jacket, carrying a backpack, met her gaze.
He flashed on a memory of a beautiful, dark-haired woman tangled in sheets and scars.
The FBI agents marched off with the witness, a trim, dark-haired professor in khaki pants and a tweed jacket, leaving the target alone in the hallway.
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