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  • baldish — bald ► ADJECTIVE 1) having a scalp with very little or no hair. 2) (of an animal) not covered by the usual fur, hair, or feathers. 3) (of a tyre) having the tread worn away. 4) without any extra detail or explanation; plain or blunt. DERIVATIVES… …   English terms dictionary

  • baldish — ˈbȯldish, ēsh adjective : somewhat bald sixty years old now … gnarled and baldish Stanley Walker …   Useful english dictionary

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  • baldish — adj. somewhat bald, slightly bald …   English contemporary dictionary

  • baldish — bald·ish …   English syllables

  • bald — baldish, adj. baldly, adv. baldness, n. /bawld/, adj. 1. having little or no hair on the scalp: a bald head; a bald person. 2. destitute of some natural growth or covering: a bald mountain. 3. lacking detail; bare; plain; unadorned: a bald prose… …   Universalium

  • bald — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English balled; probably akin to Danish dialect bældet bald, Latin fulica coot, Greek phalios having a white spot, Old English bǣl fire, pyre Date: 14th century 1. a. lacking a natural or usual covering (as of hair …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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