Crossword clues for bald
- Like some eagles and tires
- *Like a treadless tire
- ___-faced lie
- Like Sir Ben Kingsley
- Like Savalas
- "The ___ Soprano," Ionesco play
- Genetically depilated
- Like a certain eagle
- Kind of eagle
- Like a national emblem
- Like some coots or eagles
- ___ eagle
- Like a pilgarlic
- "Hair today, gone tomorrow" adjective
- Like the American eagle
- Like a U.S eagle
- Capp's ___ Iggle
- Mussorgsky's mountain?
- Like a tired tire
- Like Ike
- Like some eagles or tires
- Eaglelike, perhaps
- Coming out on top?
- Like Ionesco's soprano
- Like a worn tire
- Shiny on top?
- Become unlocked?
- Like a candidate for hair transplant
- Like some eagles
- Having no overhead?
- Like Yul Brynner or Telly Savalas
- Lacking cover?
- Like badly worn tires
- Worn smooth
- Completely smooth
- Like Yul Brynner, famously
- Unable to part?
- Having no need for a comb
- Having nothing to part with?
- Completely bare
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
c.1300, ballede, probably, with Middle English -ede adjectival suffix + Celtic bal "white patch, blaze" especially on the head of a horse or other animal (from PIE root *bhel- (1) "to shine, flash, gleam;" see bleach (v.)). Compare, from the same root, Sanskrit bhalam "brightness, forehead," Greek phalos "white," Latin fulcia "coot" (so called for the white patch on its head), Albanian bale "forehead." But connection with ball (n.1), on notion of "smooth, round" also has been suggested. Bald eagle first attested 1680s; so called for its white head.
1 Having no hair, fur or feathers. 2 # Having no hair on the head. 3 Of tyres: whose surface is worn away. 4 Of a statement: empirically unsupported. n. (context Appalachian English) 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 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appalachian%20Mountains. v
(context intransitive English) To become bald.
v. grow bald; lose hair on one's head; "He is balding already"
Bald may refer to people who suffer from baldness, the partial or complete lack of hair growth. Bald may also refer to:
"Bald" is a song by the English rock band The Darkness.
Bald is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alexander Bald (1783–1859), Scottish poet
- Kathy Bald (born 1963), Canadian former swimmer
- Ken Bald (born 1920), American illustrator and comic book artist
- Robert Bald (1776–1861), Scottish surveyor, civil and mining engineer, and antiquarian, brother of Alexander Bald
- William Bald (c. 1789–1857), Scottish surveyor, cartographer, and civil engineer, cousin of Alexander and Robert Bald
Usage examples of "bald".
King of Alb and husband to the Lady Alwyth, sat at the head of the table with Cunobar to his right and a thickset bald warrior to his left.
Slote was disconcerted by the bald question, much as he had been by the unlooked-for dinner bid, and by the wealth of the Ascher home.
Monica and Howard had stationed themselves by the baggage carousels and they waved enthusiastically as she appeared, Monica a lot blonder and Howard only slightly balder.
Will use breakaway clothes, nylon and silk, bald cap, finger cups and other latex appliances.
A bland, phlegmatic smile hung on his brown face with its heavy-bearded cheeks, and he was buffing the facets of his bald head gently with the palms of both hands.
Bald and infected, quiet and cachectic, he was getting his life in order.
By Venus, while yet young, we can cover our full locks with chaplets--while yet the cithara sounds on unsated ears--while yet the smile of Lydia or of Chloe flashes over our veins in which the blood runs so swiftly, so long shall we find delight in the sunny air, and make bald time itself but the treasurer of our joys.
Whereupon, with a serene and cheerful countenance, up rose the mighty form of Amyas Leigh, a head and shoulders above his tormentor, and that slate descended on the bald coxcomb of Sir Vindex Brimblecombe, with so shrewd a blow that slate and pate cracked at the same instant, and the poor pedagogue dropped to the floor, and lay for dead.
Mr Cribbage straightened his greasy old tie, combed his Hitler moustache and arranged the few strands of his hair across his bald patch.
Tammie was standing with her hands on her hips when the front door opened and a big bald guy in digicam, clearly directly off the range from the smell, stepped into the area and paused, looking them over.
He had grown fatter and balder, and his pudgy face seemed sexually indeterminate and permanently worried.
Rouletabille as he entered the drawing-room recognized the shining, fattish bald head of the terrible man.
They lay on their sides with their thin, featherless necks and bald heads caked with dust.
Their son looked like most Vulcan babies: rather green, very bald, his head a little pushed out of shape from the stress of delivery misshaping the soft fontanelles at the top of the skull.
The hills shouldered it friendlily, hills with wide green rides among the firs and sometimes a bald nose of granite.