Meaning of hirsuteness in English:



literary, humorous

See hirsute

‘In press terms, Kilmarnock have fallen foul to the sort of hirsuteness and limb-flailing not witnessed outside of a hippy convention.’
  • ‘The almost beardless Japanese point to the Ainus’ hirsuteness as evidence of subhuman status.’
  • ‘I have recently posted about hirsuteness in men as a sign of attractiveness.’
  • ‘I know his hirsuteness shouldn't bother me - there are far worse things for your child to have than long arm hair - but it does.’
  • ‘You can run the paradox with baldness, as indeed you did, where should one draw the line between baldness and hirsuteness.’