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The tips of many hairs are white, giving an overall frosted, hoary appearance.
This particular animal, the hoary bat, prefers trees to caves and doesn't socialize with its fellows.
Of course, I'm not the first hoary writer to make the bestseller lists for the first time.
While others huddle in caves come winter, the hoary bat uses its superior flying ability to migrate to warmer climes.
The sky was hoary with clouds and the gale-driven rain was coming down in great sheets.
Once fresh, the story is now buried under a hoary coating.
He was a big hoary old fellow whose duty was to warn the colony of approaching danger.
So there goes another beloved, hoary stereotype.
The jokes are both obvious and hoary.
The only indigenous mammals are the monk seal and the hoary bat.
Maybe a return to Hollywood is just what this hoary tale needs.
The movie takes all these hoary cliches and presents them without any trace of irony or self-awareness.
His inability to empathize with common folk had long been his hoary hoodoo.
Yes, this is yet another plea for that hoary notion: a big energy tax.
Later she pulls off that hoary concept, a robot dance.
Hoary marmots are large rodents that live mainly in alpine areas.

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