Porter finds that loving a hirsute man is also about accepting the mixed messages his hairiness might imply.
Fur is used as a fetich probably on account of its association with the hairiness of the mons veneris.
This varies a good deal in hairiness and there are several varieties.
The conclusion seems unavoidable that climate, directly or indirectly, determines the degree of hairiness.
They are occasionally white and the plants vary in size and hairiness.
There is a dwarf variety of it, and another with white flowers; it has been observed to vary also in point of hairiness.
Fuzz, or hairiness, usually occurs on the wire side of the sheet.
Carpal vibrissae reaching to or beyond apical pad of fifth digit; hairiness of foot soles slightly less than shown in figure 20.
hairiness of foot-soles in type slightly less than shown in figure 20.
The eggs (pup) are effectual against deafness, and correct the hairiness of the cheeks of children being rubbed thereon.
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]