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- adj. Not shorn
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not shorn; not sheared; not clipped: as, unshorn locks; unshorn velvet. Not shaven: as, unshorn lips.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not sheared
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If a decline at anything like that rate continues, all bets are off, and Spain will not only have to get help from its euro-zone partners read, Germany, but abandon its position that the banks' creditors are to emerge from the process their curly locks unshorn.
“But we were thrown before its beauty unprepared, unshrived, unshorn.”
Athene, as they say, took the form of Deiphobus for the sake of Hector, and the unshorn Phoebus for the sake of Admetus fed the trailing-footed oxen, and the spouse us came as an old woman to Semele.
We drove south, past women in ankle-length dresses of turquoise and fuchsia velvet picking cotton in parched fields and unshorn goats denuding poplar saplings.
A river hunted for a way to the sea, and found it over a forty-foot fall; sheep looked nervous as they picked a safe way to unshorn pastures; and here, a few thousand Humpers tended their sheep and scratched vegetables from the stony ground and lived as independent a life as human beings can live when they still need human company and still must eat.
He did not sleep; but something short of a dream came into his alert and wakeful mind some while before dawn, as though the sun was rising before its hour, a warmth like a May morning full of blown hawthorn blossoms, and a girl, primrose-fair and unshorn, walking barefoot through the meadow grass, and smiling.
Any news is good news in the world of 24 hour global media and somehow the unshorn leader of an isolated Muslim country has outmastered his Western Armani-wearing counterparts in the game they invented.
Once upon a time Hillary deliberately cultivated an unpampered, unshorn and earthy look -- but in time she realized this particularly unstylish presentation wouldn't one day earn her the right to boss around White House employees and later win leadership of the free world.
For thee, O mistress mine, I bring this woven wreath, culled from a virgin meadow, where nor shepherd dares to herd his flock nor ever scythe hath mown, but o'er the mead unshorn the bee doth wing its way in spring; and with the dew from rivers drawn purity that garden tends.
Ever, O king, be thy locks unshorn, ever unravaged; for so is it right.
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