He looks like an intoxicated pterodactyl,” said Mr. Lonergan, who had some knowledge of prehistoric animals,—“only hairier.
Even the hands of the sprawled form seemed larger and hairier than the hands of her husband.
But it was larger and hairier than the glass one he had seen at the gift store.
hairy hair·y (hâr'ē)
adj. hair·i·er, hair·i·est
Covered with hair or hairlike projections.
Consisting of or resembling hair.
[last sense probably fr the hairy monsters of horror films, but the sense of ''difficult'' was used at 19th-century Oxford, and that of ''dangerous'' in the British armed forces of the 1930s]