carrot-topped


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car·rot·top

 (kăr′ət-tŏp′)
n. Slang
A person with red hair; a redhead.

car′rot-topped′ (-tŏpt′) adj.

carrot-topped

adj
informal jocular having red hair
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She must have been shaking her carrot-topped noggin in puzzlement.
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