Sentence for hair | Use hair in a sentence

Hair example sentences. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use hair in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for hair.

  • And you can do hair? (8)
  • Is my hair troubling you? (9)
  • Or the way her hair grew? (8)
  • Gregory rumpled up his hair. (8)
  • His hair too had that sheen. (8)
  • Birds had nested in its hair. (8)
  • My profession was cutting hair. (8)
  • Young Morland clutched his hair. (8)
  • Mr. Thompson brushed back his hair. (10)
  • Gregory ran his hand through his hair. (8)
  • Dacier flung the hair off his temples. (10)
  • Cynthia was unrolling the cloud from her hair. (9)
  • But to Martin there was only the scent of her hair. (8)
  • Nay, the colour of your Hair is not very different. (4)
  • And, smiling, Gyp plaited her own hair and got into bed. (8)
  • Antonia dropped the reins, and straightened her back hair. (8)
  • His face, smooth-shaven, was bloodless, his hair frost-white. (1)
  • The loop of her black hair curved under a hat of gray beaver. (10)
  • His hair and moustache are crisp and just beginning to grizzle. (8)
  • A common but not disagreeable odour came from her hair and skin. (12)
  • You might talk as fruitfully of making the hair grow on your head. (2)
  • His thick hair is rather untidy, and his dress clothes not too new. (8)
  • Miss Dryfoos had keen black eyes, and her hair was intensely black. (9)
  • And very soon she did come, her thick hair roughly twisted in a plait. (8)
  • Mr. Bosengate did not see being a deer; his hair had just been brushed. (8)
  • In stature they are large, in color blue, with crimson hair and yellow eyes. (7)
  • The hair is heavy with moisture, the face as wet as the dewy grass all about. (1)
  • Elegant in plainness, the classic poet would have said of her hair and dress. (10)
  • Her face, framed in her hair, her hands, and all her body, felt as if on fire. (8)
  • She put away her hat and shawl, and stood before the glass, smoothing her hair. (9)
  • Do you like a thinnish fall of golden hair, or an abundant cluster of nut-brown? (10)
  • Vivian Ducie lays great stress on her eyes and eyebrows, and, I think, her hair. (10)
  • At this instant, a tress of her hair, becoming unfastened, fell over upon my face. (6)
  • The moonlight etched out the shape of her head, painted her hair with pallid gold. (8)
  • He had found against his heart, at the Bellingham inn: a great lock of golden hair. (10)
  • Greta, a sunbeam entangled in her hair, regarded her with inscrutable, innocent eyes. (8)
  • His wife went on brushing her hair under the light which shone on her polished elbows. (8)
  • He saw how she touched at her hair, more distinctly than he saw the lake before his eyes. (10)
  • Red faces, spotless shirt-fronts, white arms; and freshly-twisted hair were all around him. (8)
  • He could see her running about, weeping, with her hair in disorder, seeking him every where. (5)
  • His dark grizzled hair was pushed back off his hot brow, which he fanned with his straw hat. (8)
  • With an effort, she wrenched her gaze from his, and suddenly his crisp hair caught her eyes. (8)
  • That woman has smoothed her hair, looking in this glass, and wiped his kisses from her cheeks! (8)
  • The few silver threads in the mass of her over-fine black hair seemed to give it extra vitality. (8)
  • In the night Scorrier stole down, and, with an ashamed face, cut off a lock of the fine grey hair. (8)
  • The tendency of her hair to creep loose of its bands gave her handsome face an aspect deliriously wild. (10)
  • It was not for nothing that her figure was superb, her hair so bright a brown, her eyes so full of light. (8)
  • She paused for a moment in her own room, to smooth her tumbled hair, and try to identify herself in her glass. (9)
  • A piece of lace tied under her chin concealed her hair, and her oval face with its still dark brows looked very young. (8)
  • Then, with a long, shy look he saw his mother, in a blue dress, with a blue motor scarf over her cap and hair, smiling. (8)
  • He took off his hat and let the breeze play through the lank, thin hair which was still black on his fine, high forehead. (9)
  • He was tall and severe-looking, with a gray, trooperish mustache and iron-gray hair, and, as Alma decided, iron-gray eyes. (9)
  • She was stylishly dressed, as Bartley saw, and her smooth, yellow hair was sculpturesquely waved over a low, white forehead. (9)
  • He has a pale, determined face with high cheekbones, small, deep-set dark eyes, reddish crisp hair, and looks like a horseman. (8)
  • His narrow, thin-lipped, freckled face, with close-cropped sandy hair and clipped red moustache, was of a strange dead pallor. (8)
  • If your sentiments are no longer what they were, you will return my notes, and the lock of my hair which is in your possession. (4)
  • The tips of his fingers, the roots of his hair, pricked with vexation, and still, manoeuvre as he might, Sedgett followed him. (22)
  • Shelton turned away, as if he had been too close to one whose hair smelt of cantharides; and, looking round the room, he frowned. (8)
  • And touching her hair, laying a dab of scent on her eyebrows, she turned and went downstairs fluttering, but outwardly calm enough. (8)
  • The wind that had just screamed a thousand death-screams, was now awfully dumb, albeit Farina could feel it lifting hood and hair. (10)
  • Caroline pensively glanced at the reflection of her beautiful arm in the glass, and sighed, pushing back the hair from her temples. (10)
  • He is a square, short, brown-faced, common looking man, with clipped grey hair fitting him like a cap, and a clipped grey moustache. (8)
  • His spleen rose at this crowd of foreigners, who spoke an unintelligible language, wore hair on their faces, and smoked bad tobacco. (8)
  • Nataly shook the rolls of her thick brown hair from her forehead; she took strength from a handsome look of resolution in the glass. (10)
  • He smelled of mackintosh, had round purplish cheeks, a rim of hair which people said he dyed, and bulging grey eyes slightly bloodshot. (8)
  • My next impression was that they were really in earnest, but about the very stupidest pair of old gentlemen that ever wore hair powder. (6)
  • But the moment I lose sight of you, my instructions vanish as quickly as that hair on your superior lip, which took such time to perfect. (10)
  • He introduced me to the poet: a tall, spare figure in black of Quaker cut, with a keen, clean-shaven face, black hair, and vivid black eyes. (9)
  • This was a square woman of medium height, with grey hair brushed from her low forehead, the expression of whose face was brisk and rather cross. (8)
  • The sight of those sun-warmed cheeks, and fingers twining round the flower-stalks, her pearly teeth, and hair all fragrant, stole the reason out of Shelton. (8)

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