1. having hair of a dark color
    a dark-haired beauty
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How To Use black-haired In A Sentence

  • “A black-haired, red-cheeked, long-legged hobbledehoy of 26, though not looking or seeming near that age,” he wrote.12 Louisa May Alcott
  • I hear a collective gasp of anguish and witness a row of black-haired heads drop into despairing hands.
  • The black-haired boy stared at me for a moment, awe registering in his eyes, before his grin grew too wide, and he started laughing.
  • A slender, black-haired woman, clad in sealskin, stood with her back to him, staring at smoke and fire in the distance. End of Time
  • The black-haired teen looked behind her in horror as she saw her father emerge from the house.
  • Instead the black-haired woman kept her gaze focused on him, coiled to act if anything dared threaten her.
  • But things were in the melting-pot, centripetalism had gone; little dynasties flared up quickly and expired; and amidst all those lightning changes there was no time for progress, or deep concerns, or for the Soul of the Black-haired The Crest-Wave of Evolution A Course of Lectures in History, Given to the Graduates' Class in the Raja-Yoga College, Point Loma, in the College-Year 1918-19
  • Hospital, and a heavy-shouldered, black-haired man in shabby white drills stepped out of the throng and seized the flying bridoon-rein, and wrenched the brute down. The Dop Doctor
  • Queen, not young maids, but stalworth women, well-grown, and two of them hard-featured; the third, tall, black-haired, and a goodly-fashioned body. Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair
  • There were six or seven men, and they looked like brothers, thin, pale-skinned, black-haired. THE SCAR
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