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- n. A closely-cropped male haircut in which the hairs stick upward, like the short bristles of a brush.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a closely cropped haircut; usually for men
Mal saw a medium-sized young man, even-featured with hard brown eyes, a dark brown crew cut and razor nicks on heavily shadowed pale skin.
In many ways, they were all Carls and all Swaggers: scrawny men with lots of fast-twitch muscles, hair crew cut yet thick, thousand-yard stares, the dignity of the professional military or police, no sense of emotional excess anywhere, no moans or tears.
Mayor Bowron’s barber shaped Danny’s outgrown crew cut into a modified pompadour that changed the whole set of his face.
The guy had bulked up considerably, and cleaned up; he now wore a neat crew cut moussed to an inch and a half of vertical, a white shirt, a dark suit, a tie.
The first was Gavin Dane, a compact man with a crew cut and a tight-fitting black T-shirt that showed off a lean physique.
Al, Mayor Bowron’s barber, is going to get rid of that crew cut of yours and cut your hair so that you look less like a cop.