hairless

[hair-lis]
adjective
without hair; bald: his pink hairless pate.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English hereles. See hair, -less

hairlessness, noun
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hairless (ˈhɛəlɪs)
 
adj
1.  having little or no hair
2.  slang (Brit) very angry; raging

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Example sentences
Blind and hairless, joeys are no bigger than jelly beans.
Less attention has been paid, though, to the fact that humans are not really
  hairless at all.
We have mostly hairless skin, which is useful in the water.
The hairless tail is prehensile, useful for stability in climbing trees.
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