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hirsute

 [her´so̳t]
shaggy; hairy.

hir·sute

(hĭr-sūt'),
Relating to or characterized by hirsutism.
[L. hirsutus, shaggy]

hirsute

(hûr′so͞ot′, hîr′-, hər-so͞ot′)
adj.
1. Covered with hair; hairy.
2. Biology Covered with stiff or coarse hairs.

hir′sute′ness n.

hir·sute

(hir-sūt')
Relating to or characterized by hirsutism.
[L. hirsutus, shaggy]

hirsute

covered with long hair.
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