Who is Miss Jewsberry, who has carroty hair and writes novels?
“I should hardly call it carroty,” contended the Philosopher.
He had what his mamma called beautiful auburn locks, but what other people said were carroty; not before the mother, of course.
For a moment I let her stroke my carroty hair, which she liked.
Hicks received a ball in his jaw, and was half choked by a quantity of carroty whisker forced down his throat with the ball.
He's like a blooming Sheeny, with a carroty beard and gold gig-lamps!
Mrs. Ross came, however, and she brought with her Kenneth to be a solemn and freckled and carroty page.
He would red-ochre it for a carroty cranium of a comic countryman, and he admitted once to black-leading it.
The lad's hair was inclined to be carroty, while that of the girl suggested the color of oats.
Over behind the stove was a tall, awkward boy with carroty hair and small, dark eyes set much aslant in the saddest of faces.