Baldest vs Baldist - What's the difference?
As an adjective baldest
As a noun baldist is
(humorous) one who discriminates against bald or balding men.
Having no hair, fur or feathers.
* 1922 , (Margery Williams), (The Velveteen Rabbit)
# Having no hair on the head.
- The Skin Horse had lived longer in the nursery than any of the others. He was so old that his brown coat was bald in patches and showed the seams underneath, and most of the hairs in his tail had been pulled out to string bead necklaces.
Of tyres: whose surface is worn away.
Of a statement: empirically unsupported.
- a bald man with a moustache
* (having hair)
* bald as a coot
* bald eagle
(Appalachian) A mountain summit or crest that lacks forest growth despite a warm climate conducive to such, as is found in many places in the Southern .
(humorous) One who discriminates against bald or balding men
* 1991 Larry David, Bob Shaw & Don McEnery, "The Tape," Seinfeld, Season 3, Episode 8 (first aired 13 November, 1991), spoken by Jerry Seinfeld (played by Jerry Seinfeld)
* 1993 Theatre record , Volume 13, Issues 10-19, p747
- "Elaine, have you ever gone out with a bald man?" / "No." / "You know what that makes you? A baldist ."
* 2003 David Langford & John Grant, Earthdoom!, p128
- We must speak only of the Follicley Challenged to avoid being branded a baldist [...]
- The absence of an anti-baldist organisation also did not concern him; he had a full head of very long thick hair which was normally tied back in a horse's tail.