fair-haired fair-haired


  • (adj) favorite



  1. These learned men asserted that Indo-Europeans were fair-haired, blue-eyed, resembled in all ways the ideal German.
  2. One pimp for young boys is Marian, nicknamed Blondie, a tall, fair-haired, 22-year-old male prostitute who lives on cardboard in a bathroom stall in the station's public toilet.
  3. In October, the fair-haired 26-year-old even tracked down the abandoned three-room house in Salzano, just west of Venice, where his maternal grandfather was born nearly 90 years ago.


  • U.S. economy deals a harsh blow to Irish dancing

    Christina Ryan-Kilcoyne doesn’t normally advertise her dance classes. She doesn’t normally have to. “I’ve never had to advertise before,” says the fair-haired teacher from County Clare, who came to the U.S. in 1988 and set up a dance school in Pennsylvania.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Irish Central


  1. As Mike Ditka said before the '86 Super Bowl "There are teams that are fair-haired, and those that aren't so fair-haired. Some teams are named Smith, some Grabowski. We're Grabowskis. Our Grabowskis went toe to toe against the Braves the entire...
    on Oct 30, 2008 By: Mike Ditka Source: Garden City News

  2. "He's the fair-haired boy of the organization, and Beach would talk to him like he was talking to his own son," said former Braves bench coach Pat Corrales, now with the Washington Nationals.
    on Apr 18, 2007 By: Pat Corrales Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution (registration)

  3. "He was the fair-haired boy," said Rob Enderle, an analyst at San Jose, Calif.-based researcher Enderle Group.
    on Jun 20, 2006 By: Rob Enderle Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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