Definition of long-haired in English:

long-haired

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adjective

1Having long hair: long-haired hard rock fans
More example sentences
  • To his right are a long-haired bassist and a long-haired lead guitarist, the second partially obscured behind a high pedal-steel station.
  • She turned heads this week debuting a super-short, cropped pixie cut - a brand-new look for the typically long-haired lady.
  • That night, Sullivan also featured four long-haired young Brits making the second of their three consecutive Sunday appearances on the show: The Beatles.
1.1(Of a breed of dog or cat) having long hair or fur: Smokey is a long-haired grey and white cat
More example sentences
  • The brown long-haired mutt won Best in Show and Best Trick, for howling on cue with his owner.
  • We had a long haired black cat by the name of Ebony, but his nickname was Sir Cat because he was all CAT-ATUDE.
  • In extenuating circumstances a cat may need his fur trimmed, otherwise a weekly brushing should do it (long-haired cats do best with daily brushing).

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