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hair·y

(hār'ē),
1. Of or resembling hair.
See also: hirsutism.
2. Covered with hair.
See also: hirsutism.
Synonym(s): pilar, pilary, pilose
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hairy

(hâr′ē)
adj. hair·ier, hair·iest
Covered with hair or hairlike projections: a hairy caterpillar.

hair′i·ness n.
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Drug slang noun A regionally popular street term for heroin
Vox populi adjective Hirsute; replete with hair, pellose
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hairy

adjective Vox populi Hirsute; replete with hair, pellose
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

hair·y

(hār'ē)
1. Of or resembling hair.
2. Covered with hair.
See also: hirsutism
Synonym(s): pilar, pilary, pileous, pilose.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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