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  • adj. having thick hair


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  • Rippja, pressure on the skin and bones of the bridge of the nose is somehow less "irritating" than pressure around the thick-haired, well-muscled neck?

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  • Fine hairs can usually do it with hair on the shorter end, thick-haired ladies or guys, of course need more length.

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  • "I have found myself standing in front of the Pantene display, trying to figure out if I need the product for dry hair with frizz or dry hair with split ends," said Mr. Steinhafel, a thick-haired 54-year-old.

    Retailers Cut Back on Variety, Once the Spice of Marketing

  • Faith, a thick-haired calico cat, purred under my stroking hand.


  • It's such an odd role and Christine Noonan -- short, thick-haired, and solidly built -- seems an odd, decidedly non-ethereal actress to have been cast in it, but she lays absolute claim to it, her appeal still direct and enticingly musky after all these years.

    Remembering the "If...." Girl

  • All good-looking, thick-haired guys with big, pretty eyes and the voices of angels.

    The Angel Experiment

  • With the house went a Mexican Juana with two thick-haired daughters and one son.

    The Plumed Serpent

  • When he saw his name on his column—Hank Tobin—in twenty-point type, and his thick-haired, full-bearded, squinty-eyed take-shit-from-nobody photo logo, it always assured him that his life was meaningful and worthwhile and respected.

    Sins of Two Fathers

  • Tall, thick-haired giants, their backbones sloping from the huge dome of the skull, the hump of shoulder, to the shorter hindquarters dwarfed tree and landscape as they moved.

    Galactic Derelict

  • But sometimes Pupasse took it into her head to plait it in two braids, as none but the thick-haired ventured to wear it.

    Balcony Stories


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