burr-headed burr-headed


  • (adj) having a head of straight hair cut very short (hence bristly)


  1. Down on the West Virginia bench, Coach Fred Schaus crunched a program in his country-ham-sized hands and grimly watched his lanky, burr-headed Mountaineers put the ball in play.
  2. With a record of 10-3, burr-headed Bob Friend, 25, is currently the best pitcher in the league, has won games with only two days of rest.
  3. More than ever before, pro golf belonged to the prodigiesthe irreverent, burr-headed youngsters to whom no course is too tough, no challenge too bold, no competitor too strong.


  • It's game day: New era of El Paso baseball begins

    Every player who sets foot on that field tonight has a story ... has a dream ... a dream fostered and nurtured since they were small burr-headed boys romping in the back yard.
    on April 28, 2014     Source: The Deming Headlight

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