short-haired

ADJECTIVE
  1. with short hair
    a short-haired dog
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How To Use short-haired In A Sentence

  • Small, short-haired, inactive dogs without a thick fur undercoat are more susceptible to cold weather. Ready for the Dog Days of Winter?
  • It was true she had a new set, warm and serviceable, but -- well, a short-haired, dark-brown collarette hasn't the allure of a fluffy, snow-white boa. Missy
  • Cooper is a grey, short-haired cat with a white splash of fur on his left hind-foot.
  • Civet cats are not true cats, but short-haired mammals with long bodies, short legs, and tails.
  • The short-haired variety is more often used for mountain work because he can tolerate cold temperatures.
  • One studio engineer reports a tall, short-haired Irishman as being an occasional visitor to the studio when the Byrds recorded The Notorious Byrd Brothers in summer 1967, and claims that he sang harmony on Draft Morning, but the studio logs offer no evidence to support that contention. Psychedelic footballer – the secret life of Derek Dougan
  • For example, using descriptions gleaned from his extensive research, Henderson attempts to replicate an Hidatsa dog travois (a wood and sinew A-frame sled) and then train a short-haired Husky to pull the outfit.
  • The six-year-old short-haired tabby is a nervous cat with a tendency to spray, but with the right home and lots of attention, she can be very affectionate.
  • A medium-size, short-haired dog lies next to the chair and looks alertly toward the camera.
  • And there are all kinds of blogs: blogs about black and white cats (like this), fat cats, short-haired cats, long-haired cats and so on, or blogs that help to locate the areas where there is most likely to be a cat sighting (like this). Global Voices in English » Japan: Cat mania
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