(1) He was shaggy , still dripping wet and shivering.(2) The somber youth looked at her from underneath his shaggy bangs, and blinked.(3) A shaggy , blonde guy answered the door and smiled.(4) Intent on climbing, all she could see of him was the top of his head, which sprouted a shaggy growth of dirty blonde hair that barely brushed his shoulders in elegant, sweaty and tangled locks.(5) During the actual weaving, tufts of fleece were sometimes knotted into the weave to anchor them, creating a fabric with a hairy or shaggy finish.(6) He had long, shaggy and uncombed flaming red hair.(7) His hair, a soft ginger-brown color, was short and shaggy from his brow and over the crown of his head, but lengthened a sizable amount in the back, where it was tied off.(8) Lepiota rhacodes, the smaller shaggy parasol, is even shaggier and has flesh which stains red when cut.(9) It trucked off seven semi loads of toxic material, though it left behind the dead shaggy bark juniper and pinon pines that had been poisoned by fumes from the lab.(10) She took a bow, and he grinned as he scratched his shaggy head.(11) He was despicable, missing teeth and looking very shaggy with the messiest mound of hair resting atop his head.(12) I never tell him that I think that with his thick brown eyebrows (like caterpillars), shaggy beard and thick glasses he looks like an intelligent bear.(13) His hair is a lighter brown color and it's shaggy .(14) At the base, there stood a black horse with a thick shaggy pelt and another dark grey one.(15) I got to the front, and was pleasantly surprised to find that, instead of horses, two quaint looking, shaggy little ponies had been pulling us along.(16) His hair had begun to grow back, now slightly shaggy instead of fuzzy.
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