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  1. favorite
    the fair-haired boy of the literary set
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How To Use fair-haired In A Sentence

  • Mrs. Dudgeon unbars the door and opens it, letting into the stuffy kitchen a little of the freshness and a great deal of the chill of the dawn, also her second son Christy, a fattish, stupid, fair-haired, round-faced man of about 22, muffled in a plaid shawl and grey overcoat. The Devil's Disciple
  • As the cameras rolled and crowds gathered to stare at the fair-haired American with the local governmental leader, the villagers quietly whispered and joked among themselves.
  • He saw Alekos, which was surprising enough, but he also saw a very tall fair-haired man dressed in the fustanella of an evzone. Captain Corelli's Mandolin
  • And knowledgeable supporters of a certain vintage at Ayr RFC may recall the raw-boned, fair-haired youngster making his mark in the side's back row some nine seasons ago.
  • In front of me to my left, and facing me almost full-on but not quite: a handsome, lightly muscular man, fair-haired, quite craggy looking, in an olive green vest, and all on his own.
  • He is a fair-haired boy of the boss.
  • For Erik Yehl, a fair-haired, soft-spoken boy who loves basketball and video games, the film was sometimes tough to watch, because it hit so close to home.
  • ‘I used to be their fair-haired boy,’ he now says.
  • When Ripley was eight years old, she was the fair-haired little girl who played Jemima.
  • Children - some fair-haired with blue eyes reminding us that parts of Syria were occupied by the Crusaders - clamber over the ruins; a few French tourists drink mint tea.
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