black-haired black-haired


  • (adj) having hair of a dark color



  1. Inside, in a cavernous studio, it glared down on a drawing board where a heavyset, black-haired man put careful strokes on a paneled page.
  2. Dark-eyed, black-haired, his energetic, agile figure is recognized everywhere in Moscow.
  3. Passersby stopped, turned, and saw him then; a thin, black-haired man lying broken and dying.


  • Girl dubbed 'The Next Steve Jobs' captivates Mexico

    Mexico has found a new heroine: A 12-year-old math whiz from a state plagued by drug violence who was dubbed "The Next Steve Jobs" by a US magazine. The youngest of eight children from a modest family, Paloma Noyola was thrown under the media spotlight since Wired magazine featured the black-haired girl on its cover two weeks ago. She has appeared in national newspapers and on cable news ...
    on November 1, 2013     Source: AFP via Yahoo! News


  1. Instead, aa bombshell was dropped: "Mr Maguire indicated that he had spent four to five hours the night before in the company of the Deputy Prime Minister, John Anderson, and the National Party senator Sandy Macdonald and a black-haired woman whose...
    on Nov 17, 2004 By: Tony Windsor Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. Not bad for a story about what Rowling called a "scrawny, black-haired, bespectacled boy" which, according to the author, came almost fully formed on a 1990 train ride from Manchester to London.
    on Jul 19, 2007 By: JK Rowling Source: CNN

  3. "He didn't drink. He exercised like a college athlete in training. He was an usher in the Roman Catholic chapel of the base and never, but never, missed Mass," Mr. Wolfe wrote. "He was slender, black-haired, handsome, intelligent - even...
    on Mar 22, 2010 By: Tom Wolfe Source: New York Times

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