Hairless
Hairless Hair"less, a. Destitute of hair; bald. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • hairless — 1550s, from HAIR (Cf. hair) + LESS (Cf. less). Related: Hairlessness …   Etymology dictionary

  • hairless — [adj] without growth on body part bald, baldheaded, beardless, clean shaven, cue ball*, depilated, egghead*, glabrate, glabrescent, glabrous, shaved, shaven, shorn, skinhead*, smooth, smooth faced, tonsured, whiskerless; concept 406 Ant. furry,… …   New thesaurus

  • hairless — [her′lis] adj. having little or no hair or having lost the hair; bald …   English World dictionary

  • hairless — [[t]he͟ə(r)ləs[/t]] ADJ A part of your body that is hairless has no hair on it. ...a smooth and hairless body. Ant: hairy …   English dictionary

  • hairless — adjective having no hair or fur (Freq. 1) a Mexican Hairless is about the size of a fox terrier and hairless except for a tufts on the head and tail • Ant: ↑hairy • Similar to: ↑bald, ↑bald headed, ↑bald pated, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hairless — Gène de la drosophile La drosophile Drosophila melanogaster est un animal modèle de la génétique. Sa petite taille, son taux de reproduction ainsi que son cycle de vie court permettent d en faire facilement l élevage dans de simples bocaux à… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • hairless — hairlessness, n. /hair lis/, adj. without hair; bald: his pink hairless pate. [1375 1425; late ME hereles. See HAIR, LESS] * * * …   Universalium

  • hairless — adj. Hairless is used with these nouns: ↑chest, ↑skin …   Collocations dictionary

  • hairless — hair|less [ˈheələs US ˈher ] adj with no hair ▪ Young rabbits are born blind and hairless …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hairless — hair ► NOUN 1) any of the fine thread like strands growing from the skin of mammals and other animals, or from the epidermis of a plant. 2) strands of hair collectively, especially on a person s head. 3) a very small quantity or extent. ● hair of …   English terms dictionary

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