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  • The People of the Unkempt Anus singing "do you like to poo alot?"


  • Unkempt and disordered, bedaubed with mud that had dried upon him, and with much of his clothing torn to rags, he had but just dropped into his easy – chair, when Mr. Grewgious stood before him.

    The Mystery of Edwin Drood

  • (Unkempt homes is a sign that the IDP family is not coping well for one reason or another.)


  • Daily Clarion: Unkempt yard owners on notice; cemeteries may be next

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • Unkempt and ill-mannered, Vanderbilt was shunned by much of the polite society of the day.

    The Tides of Fortune

  • Unkempt locks of heather overhung the brow of each steep, whence at divers points a bramble swung forth into mid-air, snatching at their head-dresses like a claw.

    A Pair of Blue Eyes

  • What I thought was amusing was example usage: 1. Unkempt; slovenly: frowzy clothes; a frowzy professor.

    von Storch on MBH "Shoddiness" « Climate Audit

  • Unkempt, bearded to the eyes, there he stood clutching his shapeless old cabbage-tree, in mud-stained jumper and threadbare smalls — the very spit of the unsuccessful digger.

    Australia Felix

  • Unkempt locks of hair straggled across his dingy, paint-spattered T-shirt.

    Death Blow

  • Unkempt, perhaps, Diana thought, glancing at the stubble of beard growth on his weathered face, but not unclean.

    The Rogue

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