Arnone is 33, hirsute and handsome, his dark looks inherited from Sicilian ancestors.
The star is not entirely to blame for his hideous, hirsute transgression.
British comedienne Lucy Porter has penned a sweet tribute to hirsute men in her new book, Hairy Hunks.
Porter finds that loving a hirsute man is also about accepting the mixed messages his hairiness might imply.
Okay, the historical “Santa” is quite different from the hirsute character on the Hallmark cards.
He spoke in a deep, sonorous base, and extended to his friend a hirsute hand.
The epidermis is drab-colored and strongly corrugated, inclined to hirsute.
Wherefore, in an hour of aboriginal commerce Mr. Hickok encouraged a hirsute luxuriance in the name of trade.
Which runs to "beautiful coloring," sartorial, hirsute, facial?
He vowed never under any circumstances to shave or cut this hirsute appendage.
"hairy," 1620s, from Latin hirsutus "rough, shaggy, bristly," figuratively "rude, unpolished," related to hirtus "shaggy," and possibly to horrere "to bristle with fear," from PIE *ghers-tu-, from root *ghers- "to bristle" (see horror).
hirsute hir·sute (hûr'sōōt', hēr'-, hər-sōōt')
Covered with hair; hairy.