Having a specified kind of hair. Often used in combination: a longhaired cat; a shorthaired dog. (adjective)
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Use "haired" in a sentence
"They are either drawn or cut off flush in short-haired skins when dry, but in one like the bear they may be driven to the head and left so."
"Club, to hunt for talent; at the same time a brother of the chairman of the Phœnix committee, who kept a bar-room in Chicago, received a letter which caused considerable discussion between him and his partner, and several interviews with a certain short-haired, thick-set individual who frequented his place."
"The white head of the old among the dark-haired is like an almond tree, with its white blossoms, among the dark trees around [Holden]."