The fair-haired Chris Matthews was in a scary striped number in baby blue and pink.
A fair-haired giant in build, with inscrutable eyes and mouth set grim and straight—such was Lars Larssen.
Lonnie was a fair-haired, sickly little boy, seven years old.
He was big, broad-shouldered, fair-haired and as smooth-shaven as any bullfighter.
There was something about him—fair-haired, slender, and resolute—that excited kindness.
Here and there a fair-haired Basque studied his hand meantime, waiting without protest.
There was a fair-haired girl at school who had such an exquisite smile.
"I will be more fascinating, more coquettish than ever," said Camilla to the fair-haired Flavia, her friend and confidante.
“A fair-haired fellow,” the last observed in a placid tone, and paused.
He was a fair-haired, well-made young lad, looking like a sailor, and every inch a gentleman.