from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. being or having light colored skin and hair. Contrasted to
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- adj. being or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or grey eyes
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Then the new pope came out—burly, light-haired, broad cheekbones.
Or: the book was a small-boned light-haired woman with big brown eyes and a startled expression.
An hour after you have taken the peyote, the light-haired man will appear to be asleep.
As the Rolls approached, I could make out a good-looking, light-haired man driving.
One nurse, tiny, light-haired, who had a charming, slight overlap of one front tooth over another, re-approached.
And he certainly wasn't a blue eyed, light-haired, fair skined guy in a robe like all the "wingnuts" like like to drool over.
Two light-haired boys, similar enough to be twins, stuck their heads out of a stationary Chrysler and giggled at the chaos of the natives and the police running around in all directions.
Leith remembered pulling Middleton's photograph from a passport application made five years before when the man had been in his late twenties: light-haired, with freckles and blue eyes, he had hardly been the picture of a stereotypical Muslim.
Everyone was all-American looking: light-haired and fair-skinned, and the cool haircut to have was the mullet.
“Slim” Downey, a light-haired lad in his early twenties, stood their uncertainly, and Pete eyed him contemptuously.
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