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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of shave.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Affected by the action denoted by the verb ‘shave’; specifically, noting a book with smooth-cut edges, as opposed to a similar book with rough or unshaved edges or leaves.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having the beard or hair cut off close to the skin
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He hadn't shaved, for one thing, and for Malcolm, spit-and-polish as he was, not to have shaved&
Close observation showed that there was a shadow of his upper lip, and rumour had it that he shaved, actually _shaved_ every morning of his life.
Facial topiary being either of the little goatee type or those ridiculous very thin shaved sideburns that come down to the bottom of their jaw lines.
I think a good twenty-to-thirty pages could have been shaved from the novel if Laymon had bothered to leave out some of the truly unnecessary details of the non-action.
Cut very thin strips of bacon that can be purchased already shaved is best for this purpose.
Missouri responded with an 80-yard drive capped by Jimmy Jackson's 6-yard run and Texas A&M again shaved the deficit to five when Martellus Bennett broke several tackles on a 42-yard catch, his second touchdown of the game.
I never shaved from the 24th to the evening of the 29th, nor did I ever comb my hair.
I'd just gotten my head shaved, which is why my hair is so short.
I would lay off the sarcasm until the pictures of your freak out aka shaved head incident fades from our mind.
The king ducked deeply and the sword shaved off a lock of his black hair as it whistled above him.