hirsuteness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- The almost beardless Japanese point to the Ainus' hirsuteness as evidence of subhuman status.
- The models come in several racial types and varying degrees of hirsuteness.
- The law is mute on the shape and size of those ears and other elements of physiognomy, stature and hirsuteness that go into the chimerical mix of looks.
- Keith Flett in guardian.co.uk
Of course, Monty has his beard for different reasons than, say, a footballer or an actor, with a designer beard, but whatever the reason people have beards, we focus on the magnificence of his hirsuteness,said Flett.
- Luc Ferry in Inter Press Service (subscription)
People can develop religious symbols starting from a certain hirsuteness,Ferry told parliament.