1. lacking hair on all or most of the scalp
    a bald-headed gentleman
    a bald pate
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How To Use bald-headed In A Sentence

  • A bald-headed goon in a red blazer shot out of his seat and whacked me on the heel of my left foot.
  • ‘This pub does more business on the gee-gees than any place in Scotland’, remarked a bald-headed man who had sat down beside me.
  • We found ourselves before the opened door and a big, clean-shaven bald-headed man stepped lightly into the room.
  • A big, bald-headed dude was passed out on the bunk above, an early casualty of beer and Valium.
  • Ancelotti is starting his eighth season with Milan and I think few coaches can boast such a long run at a single club, " said the bald-headed transfer guru.
  • Well, I don't know; maybe he might have been satisfied if it hadn't been for old Nat Parsons, which was postmaster, and powerful long and slim, and kind o 'good-hearted and silly, and bald-headed, on account of his age, and about the talkiest old cretur I ever see. Tom Sawyer Abroad
  • A wittol, a barber, and a bald-headed man travelled together. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 19, No. 529, January 14, 1832
  • Seven more bald-headed vatos run up to see what's going on.
  • Bald-headed Fred's robbery and torture anecdotes made excellent writing material but our inharmonious natures made living together burdensome.
  • You can't possibly be successful if you haven't got convictions -- what I call bald-headed convictions. If Winter Comes
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