locks, tresses, wig, moustache, whiskers, eyebrow, eyelash, thatch, sideburn, down, tress, wool, shock, mane, filament, fluff; see also beard, fur.
One threadlike growth
whisker, cilium, bristle, vibrissa, striga, villus; see also fiber 1, thread.
Anything suggesting the thickness of a hair
filament, strand, thread, fiber, a hairbreadth, a narrow margin, whisker, nose, hair trigger, hairspring, splinter, shaving, sliver; see also bit 3.
irritate, annoy, disturb; see bother 2.
have at one's mercy, victimize, have over a barrel*; see defeat 1.
relax, be informal, have fun, let oneself go; see relax 1.
terrify, scare, horrify; see frighten 1.
quibble, cavil, nag; see fight 1.
precisely, perfectly, right in every detail; see exactly.
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