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haired

[ haird ]
/ hɛərd /
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adjective
having hair of a specified kind (usually used in combination): dark-haired; long-haired.
New England (chiefly Maine). angry, annoyed, or upset (often followed by up): Don't get haired up over his insults.
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Origin of haired

1350–1400; Middle English hered;see hair, -ed3
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British Dictionary definitions for haired

-haired

adjective
having hair as specifiedlong-haired
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