Mrs. Stedman's long-haired, blue Kelpie took a prize in the show of '95.
I had one of them long-haired, foreign cats once that a British skipper gave me.
Near her stood a long-haired young man who perspired incessantly.
The long-haired waiter with the missing teeth was an annoyance.
And women spoke, too,—short-haired women and long-haired men.
Seems a long-haired instructor had been telling Hartley what great talent he had.
There were long-haired foreigners; there were rich American Jews.
They were brown, ragged, long-haired, and for the most part silent with dismay.
This is laid on with a long-haired pencil or “tracing brush.”
Among the long-haired ones, however, we repeat, the emotion was great.