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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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  • 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.

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  • It will look like 1970, only without the bell-bottoms and excessive hirsuteness.

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  • 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…

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  • In 1960, John F. Kennedy set a standard for hirsuteness that candidates have been grappling with ever since.

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  • Given your rufous hirsuteness, a good South Park reference would be to call yourselves the Soulless Gingers.

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  • The general notions [1293] physiognomers give, be these; black colour argues natural melancholy; so doth leanness, hirsuteness, broad veins, much hair on the brows, saith

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  • Fast speaking (which is a symptom of some few) Aetius will have caused [2677] from abundance of wind, and swiftness of imagination: [2678] baldness comes from excess of dryness, hirsuteness from a dry temperature.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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