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hirsute

(of plants or their parts) covered with long but not stiff hairs

hirsute

[′hər‚süt]
(biology)
Shaggy; hairy.

hirsute

Occasionally used as a humorous synonym for hairy.
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15 In another study, hirsute women were given placebo on one side of the face and finasteride cream on the other.
So - O beardless wonder - let men alone who have the courage to ignore people prejudiced against beards, perhaps because you can't grow one, and grow a decent, clean, well-groomed hirsute adornment.
Palau's hirsute artistry encompasses a variety of techniques: Hairdos are wrapped, dyed, razor-chopped, braided, amorphously sculpted, or geometrically molded.
Wurst, the hirsute alter ego of Austrian performer Tom Neuwirth, represented his homeland with the Bond theme-like ballad "Rise Like a Phoenix," drawing ire from socially conservative viewers.
Welsh rugby's new hirsute hunk Jake Ball and bar manager Chris Rowlands, of Cardiff's Urban Tap House, both claimed the title.
8 mm; antennae with 17 antennomeres, the 5 basal ones sparsely hirsute on both sides; tergal margination beginning on terguite 7; all legs with femoral spurs (Fig.
7/10: On-screen character Nicholas Brody has got himself into the odd hairy situation in Homeland and hirsute Lewis has shown he can do the same, sporting what is known in Movember circles as a 'boxcar' tache.
Objective To evaluate quality of life (QOL) in hirsute women in southeast Iran.
Results: All 50 healthy controls had grade 1 or no hirsutism, while among hirsute females, 10(20%) had grade 2, 28(56%) grade 3 and 12(24%) grade 4 hirsutism.
Among those to accept the facially hirsute challenge included Pricewise guru Tom Segal, jockeys Mattie Batchelor, Dominic Fox, David Crosse, Timmy Murphy and Andrew Thornton, trainers Charlie Longsdon and Brendan Powell, as well as the Professional Jockeys Association chief executive, Paul Struthers, and David Ashworth, although some were more successful than others.
Not since the days of mustachioed super-swimmer Mark Spitz back in the 1970s has hirsute been so hot.
Meanwhile, BBC1's brilliant breakfast Sunday breakfast gadget show Click introduced California's replacement for the hirsute Baywatch star David Hasselhoff.