hirsute


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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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It was quite unusual to find hirsute sports stars until recently - and a good deal more usual to find them advertising shaving products.
Scientists believe that hirsute men are a dying breed because women's natural instinct is to avoid having lice.
5 and that leaves enough room for a buy of the hirsute Cambridgeshire former bank manager.
Ruby Wax livens things up with her role as a fearsome, hirsute feminist at Menopause Anonymous while Tiggy, her husband Leigh Lawson and Dale Winton appear as themselves.
The pilot boasts such placid hilarity as shaving Dad's hirsute back and Mom answering the door topless.
What price the hirsute cheese-meister gets us all going with a not-so-off-the-cuff crack about the possibility that there could be 44 players on the pitch rather than 22?
Reality TV guy Byron Allen, now devoid of head hair, emceed the event ably, while Jon Bongiovi arrived considerably less hirsute than in his days leading hair metal band Bon Jovi.
We at the fresh but hirsute Saturday magazine have no idea whether that's true or not, but what we do know is that this herb comes from the Mediterranean region.
ARRERS purists and the local hairdressers have every reason to look forward to tonight's hirsute match-up between Andy Fordham and Steve Beaton at the Embassy, writes Steve Davies.
Opera in 1992), she's cast this time as the traitorous Philistine seductress in Camille Saint-Saens' reworking of a famously hirsute episode from the Book of Judges.
DELICATE Z Head Of Leda HIRSUTE SITTER J Leonardo's bearded man in profile
The leaves also contrast, with the correa possessing hairless gray-green foliage, and cestrum showing hirsute leaves that are a deep sea green in color.