- n. Obsolete spelling of hair.
“I wonder if Mr Nugent-haire is missing some important parts.”
“May 27, 2010 at 8:16 am i kno…esp sum of teh long haire goggies…dey gets in an awfull mess. saw wun dat was a walking mess of matted furr, twas awfull. an teh horsies tew, dey comes off awfulls too”
“S&M Hitler calles hitting a haire suite broad, mine furer.”
“Hope it is alwso kitteh-haire repellunt – mah 2K are blue an meezer colurd, which show up nisely on yello.”
“John Heywood included in his "Proverbs" this ditty: "I pray thee let me and my fellow have a haire of the dog that bit us last night/And bitten were we bothe to the braine aright.”
“His bodie is full of haire, but not very thicke; and it is of a dunnish colour.”
“His face and eares are without haire, and his hands also.”
“Let your rod be light, and very gentle, I think the best are of two pieces; the line should not exceed, (especially for three or four links towards the hook) I say, not exceed three or four haires; but if you can attain to Angle with one haire; you will have more rises, and catch more fish.”
“But if you desire to colour haire green, then doe it thus: Take”
“So laying hands uppon him, they threw him against the ground, having him by the haire on his head, and tearing the garments from his backe, spurning him with their feete, and beating him with their fists, that many were much ashamed to see it.”
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