- adj. Having long, uncut hair on the head.
- adj. Having fur with long hairs (animals).
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having long hair.
- adj. with long hair
“Farmers never liked environmentalists, the idea of long-haired hippies telling them they couldn’t grow genetically modified corn or plant in wetlands.”
“The Cowboys, led by coordinator Rob Ryan the long-haired twin brother of Jets coach Rex Ryan, will throw a lot of different fronts and a variety of different coverages at the Giants offense, in an attempt to confuse.”
“He started using the FURminator on his dog, Turkey, a suspected long-haired Chihuahua-dachshund mix.”
“I have a feeling it ranks somewhere between how much the average person cares about the grievances of Lamborghini collectors and the concerns of long-haired cats.”
“Early in his career, Mr. Kan developed an interest in renewable energies, and he still proudly shows a fading picture of himself as a young, long-haired legislator visiting a Colorado wind farm.”
“There was the bro dude at Fool's Gold on Friday, then the long-haired guy who shared his beer with us Friday night at Kanye, the new friends we made at Iron and Wine on Saturday and the hipster girl at Broken Social Scene on Sunday.”
“While this theory isn't true in all cases—I can't write when the two long-haired chihuahuas next door are yipping at my cats—it has enough basis in reality to have been the subject of a highly-regarded study by the eminent literary critic Edmund Wilson, The Wound and the Bow.”
“So keep your eyes peeled on all the long-haired Emmy nominees such as Connie Britton, Elisabeth Moss, Tina Fey, Melissa McCarthy, Amy Poehler and beautiful Laura Linney as they step out of the limo onto the red carpet with all the gorgeous latest fashions from Mercedes Fashion week and elegant, fabulous, sexy CURLS!”
“Best in Hound Group finalists: It looks like we have the beagle, the long-haired dachshund and wire-haired, the Norwegian elkhound, the Rhodesian ridgeback, and the whippet...”
“Dachshunds: The long-haired was feisty and seemed to be running around maniacally.”
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Key words of the Odyssey by Homer in English including all those famous repeating epitethons like
A jumble of words, sometimes contradictory, that add up to me. I'll probably be adding to this list for some time, because I'm a very complex individual. ;P
The present, the future. Goals, wishes, hopes.
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