Definitions

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  • adjective Having red hair.

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Examples

  • For example, All mans are equal was a possible Newspeak sentence, but only in the same sense in which All men are redhaired is a possible Old-speak sentence.

    Orwell's 'Animal Farm' and '1984'

  • Nancy was calling from a hospital where Danny — our redhaired, freckle-faced little bandit grandson — had been admitted with all the symptoms of type 1 diabetes.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers

  • And staring back at him he found—if he did say so himself—an unusually handsome, redhaired young man of modest physical proportions but immense intelligence and charm.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • And he remembered quite clearly the little redhaired boy who was dressed like Napoléon, and the girl who claimed she was Joan of Arc.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • And he remembered quite clearly the little redhaired boy who was dressed like Napoléon, and the girl who claimed she was Joan of Arc.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • Nancy was calling from a hospital where Danny — our redhaired, freckle-faced little bandit grandson — had been admitted with all the symptoms of type 1 diabetes.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers

  • And staring back at him he found—if he did say so himself—an unusually handsome, redhaired young man of modest physical proportions but immense intelligence and charm.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • I was also, alas, somewhat disappointed by it, because it starts off rather promisingly with beautiful writing, snarky demon sidekicks, and silicon spiders as big as cartwheels, for which I was willing to forgive the redhaired wizard bard assassin protagonist.

    live through this and you won't look back

  • Lilith was also redhaired so maybe Adam should have stuck with Lilith … ..

    Lillith and the Devil « Write Anything

  • I saw Dawson and one of the newcomers, a redhaired woman, working in the garden.

    I Don’t Understand ?

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