- adj. having hair that feels rough
“The only good time was naptime and the rough-haired girl with one wall-eye and no other friends but me—”
“A while ago, his rough-haired Jack Russell had failed to respond to his whistle and been found inert under the wagon, bitten by an adder.”
“This ecoregion contains a higher number of mammals, although only the orange mouse (Mus orangiae) is restricted to the ecoregion, and the rough-haired golden mole (Chrysospalax villosa) is near-endemic.”
“Their black cattle, which are chiefly rough-haired, are reckoned remarkably good.”
“It was the lawyer, in _deshabille_ and very rough-haired; and very angry he looked.”
“At a little distance was stretched a small rough-haired form.”
“On the pavement alongside this strange, acquiescing assembly of revolt, about to march in protest against the conditions of their lives, stood a young woman without a hat and in poor clothes, but with a sort of beauty in her rough-haired, high cheek-boned, dark-eyed face.”
“He was a rough-haired dog, of medium size, with a coat of a sort of lilac-grey colour.”
“A small, rough-haired dog yelped at the passing boat from the beach beneath the earthworks that protected the island's guns, but there were no other signs of life.”
“The animal, part basset, part rough-haired terrier of some sort, had been curled up asleep behind a wooden crate containing a dozen bottles of Dom Perignon champagne.”
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