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golden-haired

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Definition of golden-haired in English:

adjective

Having hair of the colour of gold: a golden-haired little girl
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  • Her best friend was Theresa Godfrey, a plump golden-haired girl whose father was the manager of the Rural bank and whose mother was the president of the local CWA.
  • Presently he returned, and behind him came a tall, gaunt woman bearing in her arms a very beautiful child, dark-eyed, golden-haired, a wonderful mixture of the Saxon and the Latin.
  • She has tracked her down to the Chicago college where she now teaches, crashing into her new life like an Alabama hurricane and demanding to know what happened to the golden-haired god they both dated as teenagers.

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