- adj. used of hair; thick and poorly groomed
“The shaggy-haired ace walked off to a standing ovation in the sixth, his glove in his right hand and his head down.”
“More than 1,000 teen and tween girls, a handful of boys, and their parents waited in a long line that snaked through the popular Grove shopping center for a chance to meet the shaggy-haired Canadian singer.”
“His Facebook page shows a shaggy-haired young man in sneakers enamored with marijuana and malt liquor.”
“After careful deliberation, my friend and I thought we'd discovered an opening: at around 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, the two shaggy-haired ushers would disappear from the lobby for 15 to 20 minutes.”
“A shaggy-haired man comes in, goes straight to the counter and asks for a pack of cigarettes.”
“Before he was the shaggy-haired leading man in the Twilight film franchise, Pattz was just a little British tyke on a bike.”
“The 24-year-old shaggy-haired Edinburgh singer and his band will be heading out on tour in March as support to The Charlatans.”
“While it used to be slugger Barry Bonds as the face of the franchise, now it's the skinny, shaggy-haired Lincecum.”
“Annabel Mullen was painted with her shaggy-haired dog Rattler and reappears seven years later with a pregnant belly in Expecting the Fourth 2005 only 10x15cm, and in a larger etching, limbs still like a thoroughbred, as described by one of Freud's favourite authors, Baudelaire: "vainly have time and love sunk their teeth into her".”
“One of the seniors, he is a shaggy-haired, self-proclaimed hippie who has transformed himself from high school dropout to class president.”
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