dark-haired dark-haired


  1. (adj) having hair of a dark color
  2. (adj) covered with dark hair


  1. Suddenly, as Rummel appeared, a distraught, dark-haired woman flung herself through the gathering and fell on her knees before him.
  2. He says he is the hooded man in the picture in which a petite, dark-haired woman in camouflage pants and an Army T shirt gives a thumbs-up as she points to a prisoner's genitals.
  3. A baboon-heart transplant inspires both awe and anger Except for the gauze-covered wound stretching almost the length of her torso, the tiny, dark-haired baby girl might.


  • 'Arab Idol' Finalist Delivers Sweet Music, Palestinian Pride

    In Palestinian territory, Mohammad Assaf's face is easy to find. Big posters of the dark-haired, 23-year-old dreamboat smile at you along boulevards in Ramallah. And in Gaza, a giant banner of Assaf billows outside his family home. Assaf's dad, Jabar Assaf, is bursting with pride. "I'm very,...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting


  1. "David Malone is a good friend of mine and probably lobbies me a lot more -- or just as much for stuff as Leslie. But nobody's interested in Dave Malone because he's a tall, dark-haired, white guy," Rendell said.
    on Sep 20, 2007 By: Ed Rendell Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

  2. The colonel, like Cruise, said the director, was "dark-haired, handsome, and very charismatic - he had the ability to light up the room."
    on Jun 29, 2007 By: Tom Cruise Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. June Brown told mourners she would remember her friend as "this bright dark-haired young cheerful, witty, well-read, educated, intelligent, left-wing actress and a very good straight actress".
    on Nov 25, 2007 By: June Brown Source: BBC News

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