woolly hair

wool·ly hair

tightly coiled hair, oval in cross-section, with the texture of wool.
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The baby employed the intervals in pulling Tom's nose, scratching his face, and burying her fat hands in his woolly hair, which last operation seemed to afford her special content.
Thick, woolly hair covered every part of it, and a more dreadful-looking monster could not be imagined.
Their woolly hair, with a reddish tinge, showed off on their black shining bodies like those of the Nubians.
Pachyonychia congenita with woolly hair in a 10 month old infant.
That make those layers of thick fat under the skin so they can survive the winter, and that charismatic woolly hair that coats the entire body.
INTRODUCTION: Carvajal syndrome also known as 'Striate palmoplantar keratoderma with woolly hair and cardiomyopathy is a cardiocutaneous condition inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern due to a defect in desmoplakin gene.
The breed would have two coats of hair, a short coat of hair that they would have all year long, and in colder climates a second longer woolly hair coat that would keep them warm.
Naxos disease is a rare autosomal recessive disease that consists of an associated triad of woolly hair, thickened palms and soles (keratoderma), and heart involvement.
Woolly hair (WH) is a rare hereditary hair shaft anomaly, characterized by tightly curled hair.
You will see woolly hair moss, with its fringes of silvery hairs; light green Cladonia lichens standing out from the background; short stiff sedges, dwarfed heather and bilberry.
Accountant David, 25, got his nickname because of his woolly hair in the picture, taken when he was 10.