Hairy vs Pelurious - What's the difference?

hairy | pelurious |


As adjectives the difference between hairy and pelurious

is that hairy is of a person, having a lot of hair on the body while pelurious is (rare) hairy.

hairy

English

Adjective

(er)
  • Of a person, having a lot of hair on the body.
  • a hairy man
  • Of an animal, having a lot of fur.
  • hairy mammoth
  • Of a body part other than the head, having hair growing from it.
  • She is a great admirer of hairy chests.
  • Difficult, complex, intricate, or intimidating.
  • ''It’s a hairy problem, and will probably take several weeks to sort out.

    Synonyms

    * (person) furry, hirsute * (animal) furry * (body part) furry, hirsute

    Antonyms

    * bald * hairless

    Derived terms

    * hairily * hairiness

    See also

    * dasypygal

    pelurious

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (rare) hairy
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