baldy

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baldy

A man who is bald or has no hair. Hey, baldy! I didn't realize you were going to shave your head today. If you take after my side of the family, you'll be a baldy by 45.

baldie

verb
See baldy

baldy

and baldie (ˈbɑldi)
n. a bald-headed man. I’m getting to be an old baldie. I’d rather be a baldy than a skinny kid with a pile of wet thatch sticking out of my head.
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Other contenders include a pretentious toff called David Cameron and a baldie bloke called William Hague (remember him?).
Hollywood star Bruce Willis proves despite being a baldie, he's still more than capable of letting his hair down.
Last week, the Sunday Mercury told how club singer Johnny Hyman, aged 58, of Wolverhampton, had finally given up wearing a wig after 20 years - and now performs as a baldie.
We're used to seeing hardman Jase as a baldie, so it's a shock to see him looking like a yeti.
And 55 per cent of women think a man with a full head of hair is sexier than a baldie.