white-haired

ADJECTIVE
  1. favorite
    the fair-haired boy of the literary set
  2. showing characteristics of age, especially having grey or white hair
    nodded his hoary head
    whose beard with age is hoar
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How To Use white-haired In A Sentence

  • He was toying with the cigar now, marching into Ye Jesters as the antique cuckoo clock above the reception desk cuckooed three, a commanding general trailed after by his army of one, which happened to be the white-haired, stoop-shouldered Mugsy Charleson. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
  • When I knocked, an aged, white-haired woman wearing a tattered apron appeared.
  • Now, even more elderly, and white-haired, he can still be seen vigorously treading the highways and byways of the Dales.
  • Clarke was rather English in appearance, a tall, thin, white-haired man in spectacles.
  • The other Congressman - a media hog (the sanctimonious, prematurely white-haired self-admitted cherisher of the voice of Rush Limbaugh, Mike Pence, who has built a thriving side business plastering his face across every TV and cable screen in the Western World). Mary Lyon: Three Little Words
  • There was no mistaking the white-haired figure of Drago strapped in beside the helmeted pilot. ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH'
  • In another, equally droll work, the drama of unrequited love has taken its participants into their dotage as a wheezy, white-haired poet still woos his Muse six decades past her prime.
  • Fred is a dapper, chatty, white-haired man in, I guess, his mid-seventies.
  • I stared at the bent, white-haired figure as if I had never seen him before.
  • DVD Focus 'The Limey' (1999) Steven Soderbergh directed and Lem Dobbs wrote this slyly funny, spasmodically violent film noir in which the title character, a white-haired obsessive named Wilson (Terence Stamp), shows up in Los Angeles to avenge his daughter's death. Soderbergh Goes 'Haywire' With a Fast, Stylish Thriller
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