Definition of Brown-haired
1. Adjective. Having hair of a dark color. "A dark-haired beauty"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Brown-haired
Literary usage of Brown-haired
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Natural History of the British Lepidoptera: A Text-book for Students and by James William Tutt (1902)
"Warburg's experience suggests that the brown-haired larvas of L. meridionalis X ... x (meridian'ai'is x viburni, brown-haired larva)]. ..."
2. The Hair: Its Growth, Care, Diseases and Treatment by Charles Henri Leonard (1879)
"Black-haired people are most prone to consumption; the brown-haired the least so. ... To the brown-haired individuals is ascribed acute rheumatism, ..."
3. The Celtic Magazine (1884)
"ported by tradition, that " every one who is white-skinned, brown- haired, bountiful in the bestowal on the bards of jewels, wealth, and rings, ..."
4. Through the School: The Experiences of a Mill Boy in Securing an Education by Frederic Kenyon Brown (1912)
"I paid my quarter, willingly, and went to my room, linking an unknown, unnamed, intangible "brown-haired young woman" with the waiting parsonage. ..."
5. The Saxon and the Celt: A Study in Sociology by John Mackinnon Robertson (1897)
"... or stature, save in so far as we find there, as in England and Scotland, a majority of dark or brown-haired people. The common notion that Irishmen are ..."