close-cropped

close-cropped

adj
1. (Hairdressing & Grooming) (of hair or grass) cut very short
2. (of hair or grass) cut very short

close-cropped

(ˈkloʊsˈkrɒpt)
adj.
clipped short: close-cropped hair.
Translations

close-cropped

[ˈkləʊsˈkrɒpt] ADJ(cortado) al rape, rapado

close-cropped

adj hairkurz geschnitten

close-cropped

[ˌkləʊsˈkrɒpt] adj (hair) → corti corti pl
References in classic literature ?
He was nineteen years old, short and broad-backed, with a close-cropped, flat head, and a wide, flat face.
Trelawney (that, you will remember, was the squire's name) had got up from his seat and was striding about the room, and the doctor, as if to hear the better, had taken off his powdered wig and sat there looking very strange indeed with his own close-cropped black poll.
His broad shoulders and his close-cropped head rested in luxurious ease against the rough bole of the palm.
I lay upon a close-cropped sward of red grasslike vegetation, and about me stretched a grove of strange and beautiful trees, covered with huge and gorgeous blossoms and filled with brilliant, voiceless birds.
cried Thurid, and springing forward before I could guess his intention, he had grasped my beard and ripped the whole false fabric from my face and head, revealing my smooth, tanned skin beneath and my close-cropped black hair.
His head, close-cropped, was well-shaped, and he wore a short beard; he had large, dark eyes and heavy eyebrows.
One of the next arrivals was a stout, heavily built young man with close-cropped hair, spectacles, the light-colored breeches fashionable at that time, a very high ruffle, and a brown dress coat.
Along the close-cropped sward which paves the avenue ground fliers were moving in continuous lines in opposite directions.
He was sixteen, his chestnut curls had given place to close-cropped brown locks, and he was more interested in football than fairies.
The Baron Hesho had high cheekbones, a yellow skin, close-cropped black hair, and wore gold-rimmed spectacles through which he beamed upon the whole world.
To single himself out from all other Norwood builders the landlord had devised and laid out a common lawn tennis ground, which stretched behind the houses with taut-stretched net, green close-cropped sward, and widespread whitewashed lines.
Beyond this road lay a close-cropped pasture of some ten acres, level and without a tree, rock, or any natural or artificial object on its surface.