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used in Catch-22

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having or covered with hair
  • a person on the body or face
  • a plant or plant part covered with stiff hairs
  • 'I give my word,' the chaplain pleaded, but it was too late, for the homely hirsute specter had already vanished, dissolving so expertly inside the blooming, dappled, fragmented malformations of leaves, light and shadows that the chaplain was already doubting that he had even been there.
    Chapter 25 — The Chaplain (65% in)

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