The '-haired' group
These combining forms combine with adjectives or, sometimes, colour words. The adjectives formed are used to describe a person, animal, or piece of clothing by indicating what one part is like.
-armed (graded) -bellied -billed -boned (graded) -bottomed -breasted -brimmed (graded) -cheeked (graded) -chested (graded) -eyed -faced (graded) -footed (graded) -haired (graded) -hipped (graded) -legged (graded) -legged -limbed (graded) -lipped (graded) -mouthed (graded) -shirted -skinned (graded) -sleeved -soled -tailed -trousered -veined -waisted (graded) -winged
A flock of black-billed cranes strut around the grass hoping to catch a tidbit from diners at the restaurant.
Brightly dressed in new, crisp clothes, rosy-cheeked and apparently friendly, they sit down to their juice and biscuits.
Suddenly the door burst open and a large, red-faced man in a short-sleeved shirt and Bermudas stepped in.
A dark-haired young woman with an English rose complexion came towards us.