Definition of light-haired in English:

light-haired

adjective

  • Having light-coloured hair.

    ‘he was fair-skinned and light-haired’
    • ‘The girl was so dark-eyed and dark-haired, that she seemed to receive a deeper and more lustrous colour from the sun when it shone upon her, the boy was so light-eyed and light-haired that the self-same rays appeared to draw out of him what little colour he ever possessed.’
    • ‘"Mr. Johnson has been feeling poorly," a tall, light-haired man with a goatee spoke.’
    • ‘The second son, a light-haired, blue-eyed version of his father, watched his older brother with disinterest.’
    • ‘He grew attached to his lawyers, in particular to Oliver, a small, light-haired woman fluent in French.’
    • ‘She nervously looked away as the passenger side window descended, revealing a light-haired young man peering out at her.’
    • ‘Dark-haired people can be just as congenial as light-haired people, I assume.’
    • ‘The light-haired, dark-eyed Bonnaire was just 15 when she caused a sensation among Gallic cinephiles.’
    • ‘All the men were Danes, I could see, for all, light-haired or dark, wore their hair long and in two braids.’
    • ‘The article said he goes for light-haired girls.’
    • ‘Behind them stood a little, delicate-looking, light-haired, English boy carrying a bag.’
    fair-haired, light-haired, golden-haired, tow-headed
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