Hair in a sentence

Definition of Hair

(countable) A pigmented filament of keratin which grows from a follicle on the skin of humans and other mammals. | (uncountable) The collection or mass of such growths growing from the skin of humans and animals, and forming a covering for a part of the head or for any part or the whole body. | (zoology, countable) A slender outgrowth from the chitinous cuticle of insects, spiders, crustaceans, and other invertebrates. Such hairs are totally unlike those of vertebrates in structure, composition, and mode of growth.

Short Example Sentence for Hair

  • 1. I did her hair myself.
  • 2. The color of our skin and hair is not very important.
  • 3. Her jasper-black hair fell down over her shoulders.
  • 4. I daresay she has plenty of pretty grey hair underneath.
  • 5. Her thick brown hair was unfastened, and fell over her shoulders.
  • 6. She was lying on her face, her long hair scattered on the ground.
  • 7. He stroked my hair gently then, and said he feared he had fatigued me.
  • 8. A mass of iron gray hair gave a grizzly finish to his hard-favored visage.
  • 9. He lifted his hat, and I saw that his forehead and hair was damp with sweat.
  • 10. My hair was a dense ruck of short curls, and so was my brother Henry's.

How to use Hair in a Sentence?

  • 1. When she finally closed the window, her hair was in little strands about her face.
  • 2. The small sealskin cap on her drab hair did not even pretend to be a stylish one.
  • 3. His thick white hair is shoved back and held together by a large circular comb.
  • 4. Byrne, who thought the world could hold no more terrors in store, felt his hair stir at the roots.
  • 5. If I could only be once more in the greenwood, my hair would reassume its natural colour.
  • 6. Philippa sat upright at once, smoothed her hair and looked a little resentfully at Lessingham.
  • 7. Had been playing the London hostess to tip-top people ever since she put her hair up, probably.
  • 8. Her hair still flying out from the strokes of the brush surrounded her small eager face like a cloud.
  • 9. Half a dozen men in that room had the same shade of hair and mustache, and the same ordinary blue eyes.
  • 10. Her pale brown hair smoothed with buttermilk in flat waving lines on each side of her fair forehead.
  • 11. Her hair had been undergoing some wonderful process, and was now stowed away under a large and elaborate night-cap.
  • 12. And then the tales that he would tell were enough to make a peaceable man's hair stand on end.
  • 13. Her fine brown hair drooped in a wave on her forehead, and beneath it her violet eyes were deep and wistful.
  • 14. He had a profusion of black glossy hair that curled lightly about his head, and contrasted with the extreme paleness of his countenance.
  • 15. Her hair swept like burnished wings under her small close hat, and the eyes that she raised to his were dark and splendid.
  • 16. Like a little child somewhat impatient over a morning lesson, he shook his hair back and sprang upon his feet.
  • 17. Richard, shaved and with his hair cut, attired once more in the garb of civilisation, seemed a different person.
  • 18. His face was well-coloured and irregular in outline, with a high bulging forehead and thick sandy hair which was already gray on the temples.
  • 19. His smoothly-combed hair is parted down the middle, brushed behind his ears, and falls in long locks over his shoulders.
  • 20. He looked again: her dark curling hair hung on her swarthy neck, and she was somewhat untidily dressed in blue linen.
  • 21. I saw her last with silver hair crowning her still unwrinkled brow; and since that day no fairer sight has met these failing eyes.
  • 22. Her black eyes were still striking, and the sunlight revealed a quantity of coarse black hair on which he detected the claret tinge of fading dye.
  • 23. His hair sometimes seemed to me typical of his mind and tastes, which Time never robbed of their enthusiasm.
  • 24. Her head was tied up Malay fashion in a red handkerchief, with a mass of loose hair hanging under it behind.
  • 25. Lessingham had thrown his cap onto the ground, and his wind-tossed hair and the unusual colour in his cheeks were both, in their way, becoming.
  • 26. He had thick hair of that yellow over which age seems to have no power, and a rugged face, wonderfully lighted up by eyes of rare germander blue.
  • 27. Her silky dark hair she wore, as usual, slightly drooped on either temple, but neither curled nor banded.
  • 28. Her head was thrown back; the short black hair blew about her like mist; and her cheeks and lips were glowing with geranium red.
  • 29. He was a man considerably older than his questioner, with long, nervous face, and thick black hair streaked with grey.