ginger-haired

ginger-haired

adj
having ginger hair
Translations

ginger-haired

[ˌdʒɪndʒəˈhɛəd] adjrossiccio/a
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I found myself mechanically bowing and shaking hands with a little ginger-haired man who was coiled up in the deep arm-chair which had once been sacred to my own use.
The 21-year-old woman was standing with friends outside Chaos Bar in Kirkgate when the group was approached by the ginger-haired thief who took the victim's purse from her handbag and fled.
A recent bike accident may have led to select show cancellations, but the ginger-haired musician's Mumbai stopover was fortunately, not affected.
Ginger-haired Turtle was wearing glasses, a pink sweat top and a pink flowered T-shirt as the charges were read out.
Children who had seen her also told detectives that they'd seen a ginger-haired man walk through the underpass at about the same time.
She plays the role of Mera, the ginger-haired queen of Atlantis and wife of Aquaman/Arthur Curry, played by Momoa.
The portly, ginger-haired youngster, whose character works as a part-time window cleaner who wants to join the police, says that while Craig is trying to get fit, the actor has lost threeand-a-half stone.
HE owner of a chicken and burger diner offering a discount for ginger-haired customers has welcomed a surge in trade.
I say white knight but ginger-haired warbler squeezed into an overly short Union flag mini skirt would be more accurate.
Prosecutor Annabel Darlow QC told the Old Bailey: "He clearly had experienced a troubled childhood and perceived himself as marginalised because he is a white, ginger-haired male, which he seemed to see as the source of all of his problems in life.
Authorities said Tuesday the ginger-haired animal was found four hours later after witnesses had alerted police.
If you say you're going to diversify, why not add a few ginger-haired emoji in the mix?