Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having red or reddish hair.
- adj. Alternative form of redhaired.
“Persephone made that one up, the girl said modestly, referring to the red-haired goddessgirl next to her.”
“So when we read about the lacrosse player and the red-haired girl, we think about Nick Stuban -- a high school student in a Washington suburb who committed suicide a few months ago after being suspended.”
“The 48-year-old, red-haired mascot has come under fire from health-care professionals and consumer groups who, in recent days, have asked the fast-food chain to retire Ronald McDonald.”
“So --- I write: "Melinda was tall, red-haired and had a long tail.”
“So --- I pen a scene illustrating the fact that Melinda was tall, another one that established that she was red-haired, and a third scene where we very definitely are informed about the tail thing.”
“My main character is tall, red-haired and has a long tail.”
“As Harry's best friend and upbeat sidekick Ron Weasley, the red-haired Grint has provided most of the film series 'comic relief.”
“As the story opens, while strolling outside a cemetery, he sees a coarse-looking red-haired man who stares back at him belligerently.”
“A young family with a little red-haired daughter smiles at us and my friend holds up the Japanese doll in its sealed glass box and asks the little girl, Would you like this?”
“My friend's hand hesitates only a moment before letting go, for she too is a red-haired girl and I know she sees her child self reaching back and across the decades, and in that moment is a lifetime of remembering.”
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