Gutiérrez, 56, is a wiry, handsome man whose childlike features mask his penchant for roaring oratory.
Models came down the runway in head pieces fashioned into twisted, wiry wigs in subtle winter colors.
Here Tsundue—a wiry man who always wears a red bandana—appeals passionately, some might say naively, to America.
In the small living room where we last met, he seemed more gaunt than wiry, his ear bandaged after a biopsy.
A wiry 150 pounds, Petraeus barely looked old enough to be out of junior high school.
Thin, wiry, with deep-set peering eyes, they suggest sun-dried men.
She was a wiry woman, a mass of muscles animated by an eager energy.
A growth of wiry bushes sprang thickly between the large fragments of fallen rocks.
A wiry, sharp-faced man he was, with a birth-mark upon his temple.
These people have well-developed heads, together with wiry, strong bodies.
wiry wir·y (wīr'ē)
adj. wir·i·er, wir·i·est
Resembling wire in form or quality, especially in stiffness.
Sinewy and lean.
Filiform and hard. Used of a pulse.