Definition of Dark-haired
1. Adjective. Having hair of a dark color. "A dark-haired beauty"
2. Adjective. Covered with dark hair.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dark-haired
Literary usage of Dark-haired
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Public Health by Society of Community Medicine (Great Britain), Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene (Great Britain), Society of Medical Officers of Health, Society of Community Medicine (1891)
"He long had the belief on theoretical grounds that the dark-haired and dark-skinned races had normally a lower mean duration of life than the fair-haired ..."
2. Genetics and Eugenics: A Text-book for Students of Biology and a Reference by William Ernest Castle (1916)
"It is not at all uncommon to find a mixture of dark-haired and light-haired children in the same family, provided one or both parents are dark-haired, ..."
3. English Literary Miscellany by Theodore Whitefield Hunt (1914)
"As to the " dark-haired" woman of the closing sonnets,— the " master-mistress of his passion." Who she was, what her character was, what her relations to ..."