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[haird] /hɛərd/
having hair of a specified kind (usually used in combination):
dark-haired; long-haired.
New England (chiefly Maine) . angry, annoyed, or upset (often followed by up):
Don't get haired up over his insults.
Origin of haired
1350-1400; Middle English hered; see hair, -ed3 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Their children, stunted and ginger-haired from malnutrition, clamber in the trees.
  • Punk rock arrived, short-haired and anti-fantastical: no longer was it cool to sing about wizards.
  • The engineer's family was there: his grown children, his gray-haired parents.
  • The countries are divided into four quartiles, and ranked in order of the employment rate of the grey-haired contingent.
  • The result is a growing list of tongues spoken only by white-haired elders.
  • It would also not be astonishing if silver-haired landlords start to dominate a growing private rental sector.
  • The flame-haired actress has by no means let herself go gray.
  • Maybe that's the secret behind this long-haired dealmaker.
  • The long haired hippy looking judge needs to have his mouth washed out with soap.
  • Mister, a long-haired mixed breed who enjoys walking on a leash, had no trouble adjusting.
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longhair, fair-haired boy

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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