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Synonyms for fair-haired

having light hair

given special, usually doting treatment

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He was greatly pleased at this, and next morning, when the time was drawing near, went out into the garden; but the little fair-haired lad took a big pin out of his pocket, and stuck it into the back of the Irishman's coat without his noticing it, whereupon he fell sound asleep.
When it was getting near nine o'clock he went out to the garden to wait till she came, and the fair-haired lad along with him; but as soon as the lad got the chance he stuck the pin into his master's coat again and he fell asleep as before.
The Irishman was ready to kill the lad out of sheer vexation, but when he gave a glance over his shoulder not a trace of the fair-haired lad was left.
At last he fell into so great despair that he thought he would put an end to his own life, and for this purpose laid hold of the sword that she had given him by the hands of the fair-haired lad; but on drawing it from its sheath he noticed that there was some writing on one side of the blade.
During the ages of hardships and incessant warring between their own various races, as well as with the green men, and before they had fitted themselves to the changed conditions, much of the high civilization and many of the arts of the fair-haired Martians had become lost; but the red race of today has reached a point where it feels that it has made up in new discoveries and in a more practical civilization for all that lies irretrievably buried with the ancient Barsoomians, beneath the countless intervening ages.
Now she might return to the terrible Nome King in safety, carrying with her the prize she had won in the person of the fair-haired boy.
Oh, you are right again," said the fair-haired traveller, "for I really am ALMOST wrong when I say she and I are related.
In early childhood, a fair-haired woman had led him, at the sound of Sabbath bell, to worship and to pray.
There, in that supernatural land, he appears as a fair-haired and saintlike young man--fair hair and goodness always go together on the stage.
He asked where I came from and when I told him, he said, 'I only know fairskinned people and fair-haired people from that region'.
Do you wonder if your Grandchildren are fair-Haired or dark do you wonder if they might have Some part of you be it only a small tiny spark?
Outsourcing their employment is no guarantee for efficiency if the MMDA continues to be run by fair-haired boys who are themselves at their wits' end when it comes to instilling discipline, not only among motorists but, more importantly, among their own personnel on the ground.
The fair-haired, green-eyed English beauty must really have enchanted the Sheikh to make him approach her team with such an absurd request.
But frankly the only difference between the teams was the fair-haired Wilson.
The fair-haired London Mayor has asked fellow candidate Pearl Lewis, 27, to address the meeting in the constituency where he is standing to be an MP.