red-haired


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red-haired

adj
having hair that is reddish in colour
Translations

red-haired

[ˈredˈhɛəd] ADJpelirrojo

red-haired

[ˌrɛdˈhɛəd] adjcon i or dai capelli rossi

red-haired

أَحْمَرُ الشَّعْر rusovlasý rødhåret rothaarig κοκκινομάλλικος pelirrojo punatukkainen roux crvenokos dai capelli rossi 赤毛の 붉은 머리의 roodharig rødhåret rudowłosy ruivo рыжеволосый rödhårig ที่มีผมสีแดง kızıl saçlı có tóc đỏ 红头发的
References in classic literature ?
He was immediately followed by a heavy red-haired man in a white cap.
Then the Doctor asked the red-haired fisherman where his home was.
Beautiful indeed,' echoes a red-haired man with an inquisitive nose and green spectacles, who had unpacked himself from a cab at the same moment as Mr.
It was quite as cadaverous as it had looked in the window, though in the grain of it there was that tinge of red which is sometimes to be observed in the skins of red-haired people.
When a fellow has a home and a dear, little, red-haired wife in it what more need he ask of life?
Josie says she thinks a red-haired fairy is just as ridiculous as a fat one, but I do not let myself mind what Josie says.
Father Brown took a small book out of his pocket and began to read steadily; he betrayed no consciousness of the fact that the red-haired lady had left her own table and sat down opposite him.
A red-haired, swine-jowled, snub-nosed, crooked lout, he is for ever wrangling with Theresa, until the pair nearly come to blows.
shouted the red-haired, freckled gunner in a merry voice, standing to attention.
She had risen to meet him, not concealing her pleasure at seeing him; and in the quiet ease with which she held out her little vigorous hand, introduced him to Vorkuev and indicated a red-haired, pretty little girl who was sitting at work, calling her her pupil, Levin recognized and liked the manners of a woman of the great world, always self-possessed and natural.
Tears came into the eyes of Retty Priddle, the pretty red-haired youngest--the last bud of the Paridelles, so important in the county annals.
Abner himself avowed his complete innocence, and told the neighbors how a red-haired man with a hare lip and a pepper-and- salt suit of clothes had called him up one morning about daylight and offered to swap him a good sleigh for an old cider press he had layin' out in the dooryard.