Definitions and Examples of bald, hairless, smooth
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Having no hair on the head.
He started to go bald in his early thirties.
Having no hair; without hair.
The sphynx cat is a breed that is naturally hairless.
Having an even and regular surface or consistency; free from roughness or irregularities.
The baby's skin was so smooth and soft to the touch.
Key Differences: bald vs hairless vs smooth
- 1Bald refers specifically to the absence of hair on the head.
- 2Hairless describes the absence of hair in general, not just on the head.
- 3Smooth refers to a surface or texture that is even and free from roughness.
Effective Usage of bald, hairless, smooth
- 1Describing Physical Appearance: Use these antonyms to describe people or animals with different hair types.
- 2Comparing Textures: Use smooth as an antonym to describe textures that are rough or uneven.
- 3Discussing Hair Loss: Use bald or hairless to describe hair loss or lack of hair.
The antonyms of longhaired are bald, hairless, and smooth. Use these words to describe physical appearance, compare textures, or discuss hair loss. Remember that bald refers specifically to the absence of hair on the head, hairless describes the absence of hair in general, and smooth refers to a surface or texture that is even and free from roughness.