hirsute

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • Her son Albert, who was born the next year, was as hirsute as his mother had been.
  • Their hirsute stems are square in cross-section and their heart-shaped leaves have an opposite arrangement.
  • That the two with hirsute sign spoke to one another in Spanish was no sure evidence of their not being Indians. Cited from The Lone Ranche, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • But if the hirsute feature of this story leaves me cold it is easy enough to enjoy and admire the rest. Cited from Punch, Vol. 153, Nov 28, 1917, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • The neck and even the eyes are very hirsute. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 447,by Various
  • This plant has an erect, strong and hirsute stem reaching on average in height.
  • Never have I felt such muscles, such tendons, as those beneath the hirsute skin! Cited from The Devil Doctor, by Sax Rohmer
  • The sacrifice of these hirsute adornments made an extraordinary change in this man. Cited from Charlotte's Inheritance, by M. E. Braddon
  • Indeed, if the same hirsute wealth had adorned some other woman's head, Willis would have called it red. Cited from Water Ghost and Others, by John K. Bangs
  • This hirsute growth should have been white, but the season was summer and it had not been exposed to a rain-shower for some time. Cited from The Red One, by Jack London
  • Despite her being hirsute, Bing is too drunk to say no.
  • These hirsute adornments gave offence to the leaders who regularly attended the sessions. Cited from At the Sign of the Barber's Pole, by William Andrews
  • In the small mirror on the wall the boy got a fairly accurate picture of his hirsute adornment. Cited from The Corner House Girls at School, by Grace Brooks Hill
  • Rid of that white, hirsute mask, so associated with age, Stroganoff might have been twenty years younger. Cited from Mystic Isles of the South Seas, by Fredrick O'Brien
  • Till I had got rid of that black hirsute horror I was not going to risk my chances of happiness. Cited from The Man From the Clouds, by J. Storer Clouston
  • Unless her ears are deformed this style of hirsute lambrequins should not be worn by a full, round-faced woman. Cited from What Dress Makes of Us, by Dorothy Quigley
  • The upper surface is also densely hirsute, but has short, simple, whitish hairs.
  • The Georgian loved him for his hirsute strength, for his fearlessness, even his violence and dangerous temper. Cited from Marietta, by F. Marion Crawford
  • The tone and style of his poem, consequently, are somewhat hirsute and unpolished. Cited from Works of Beattie, Blair, Falconer, ed. Gilfillan
  • His screen persona has been described by the press as that of a "tattooed, hirsute man's man".
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