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- n. The characteristic of being hirsute; hairiness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Hairiness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being hirsute; hairiness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. excessive hairiness
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Follicly challenged Strauss has started 2012 by repeating the errors of 2011 by picking a side light on hirsuteness.
As men must do upon shaving after a prolonged hirsuteness, I decided on a silly halfway phase of comically long Wolverinish sideburns for a bit, but.
It will look like 1970, only without the bell-bottoms and excessive hirsuteness.
Mind you, if my boyfriend had objected to the wearing of combat boots and occasional hirsuteness he really would not have gone out with me…
In 1960, John F. Kennedy set a standard for hirsuteness that candidates have been grappling with ever since.
Given your rufous hirsuteness, a good South Park reference would be to call yourselves the Soulless Gingers.
The general notions  physiognomers give, be these; black colour argues natural melancholy; so doth leanness, hirsuteness, broad veins, much hair on the brows, saith
Fast speaking (which is a symptom of some few) Aetius will have caused  from abundance of wind, and swiftness of imagination:  baldness comes from excess of dryness, hirsuteness from a dry temperature.
The writer in question was not talking about the decision by some feminists to refrain from using depilatory products, but cases of extreme hirsuteness in women.
No, the fact is that this excessive hirsuteness owes itself not to the supernatural effects of lycanthropic transmutation, but rather to the fact that I am half Italian.