“A fair-haired fellow,” the last observed in a placid tone, and paused.
The Englishman had the torso of a prize-fighter, with a face like that of a fair-haired baby.
She was a fair-haired girl, gentle and timid, and was pre-destined for misfortune.
She was very pretty, fair-haired and fresh looking at that time.
In fact, he is a sort of fair-haired Napoleon in nature as well.
He had come to hate this fair-haired doll to whom he had once paid court.
No, he was short; and, so far as Norwood saw, he thought him fair-haired.
There you will meet a fair-haired young man who knows you by sight.
It was natural—because at the moment I was fair-haired—for the project to become mine.
And The Man—the bandit—a fair-haired canary, an inch shorter than she is!