- Sometimes Disparaging. an intellectual.
- a person, often gifted, who is very interested in or devoted to the arts, especially a performer, composer, or lover of classical music.
- a person having long hair, especially a hippie.
- a cat having long fur.
- having long hair: a longhair cat.
- of or characteristic of longhairs or their tastes.
Origin of longhair
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Related Wordsfurry, long-haired, good, wise, bold, brilliant, agile, shrewd, slick, nimble, bright, brainy, canny, astute, quick, sharp, crafty, resourceful, knowing, acute
Examples from the Web for long-haired
The long-haired, 35-year-old got on the bus by way of Facebook.On the Road With Kesey's (Drug-Free) Acid Test
August 27, 2014
Nine times out of ten, it will conjure up an image of a brooding, sweaty, long-haired hunk.
Taylor Kitsch's haunted by Tim Riggins, Friday Night Lights' brooding and long-haired hunk.
These particular friends were young, long-haired white kids.Living in the Land of the Free Doesn’t Make You Free
July 18, 2013
Inside, a long-haired cat lounged on a glass display case that held used semi-automatic pistols.In Florida, It’s Often Shoot First, Learn The Law Later
May 17, 2012
Mrs. Stedman's long-haired, blue Kelpie took a prize in the show of '95.Concerning Cats
Helen M. Winslow
I had one of them long-haired, foreign cats once that a British skipper gave me.Cape Cod Stories
Joseph C. Lincoln
Near her stood a long-haired young man who perspired incessantly.Melomaniacs
The long-haired waiter with the missing teeth was an annoyance.Erik Dorn
And women spoke, too,—short-haired women and long-haired men.Pirate Gold
Frederic Jesup Stimson
Word Origin and History for long-haired
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper