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or red-head·ed  (rĕd′hĕd′ĭd)
1. Having red hair.
2. Having a red head: a redheaded bird.
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Adj.1.redheaded - having red hair and usually fair skin
blond, blonde, light-haired - being or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or grey eyes; "blond Scandinavians"; "a house full of light-haired children"
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References in classic literature ?
Redheaded people can't wear pink, not even in imagination.
Its office helpers were all known to the "Army" by quaint titles--"Inky Ike," "the Bald-headed Man," "the Redheaded Girl," "the Bulldog," "the Office Goat," and "the One Hoss.
Well, a few months on, and PM has plenty: Dull, lacklustre, meek, one-trick pony are just a few that sum up the redheaded teen.
The redheaded 54-year-old massage therapist finally decided to lift the curtain on her identity and insists her tawdry tale is true.
Rusty, Helen's redheaded brother, becomes Tamara's first love.
A fluffy tiger tied to the gates gave the tribute: "To the redheaded tiger known as Billy.
Taking up with the lovely, redheaded Princess Cecilia Abachidze (Nino Kirtadze), he opens a high-class restaurant, though not before undergoing various adventures, including saving the life of the country's president.
m And when Danni made her exit a fortnight ago the door seemed to be opening for a sensational return for the redheaded firecracker.
In her "bio", one fake account describes Gillard as "the unmarried female atheist redheaded migrant Prime Minister of Australia".
The redheaded star was recently pictured wearing nothing but chocolate for one of the ads.
Robert Redford: "I was a freckle-faced, ordinary kind of redheaded kid that people made fun of because my hair was so weird.
The redheaded star, 38, who plays mother-of-four Bianca Butcher in the RTE1 soap, is expecting a baby in December with cab driver husband Richard Merkell.