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  • adj. Not shaved.

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  • adj. not shaved


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  • Beasley, unshaved and dressed in a white and gray striped jail outfit, didn't speak and kept his head down as a Summit County Common Pleas judge revoked his bond on the drug-trafficking charge.

    Richard Beasley, Craigslist Murder Suspect, Was Previously Released From Jail

  • His hair is matted and disheveled, and his jaw is covered with unshaved facial hair.


  • He was also left unwashed and unshaved, and had a pair of urine-soaked pyjamas put into his bedside cupboard rather than cleaned, Marshall claimed.

    NHS care quality comes under fire

  • Once I bought him a large green mango as we walked back to the Priory and watched with despair as he tore at it with his teeth, juice and pieces of fruit smearing his unshaved face as he gobbled it down like a hungry animal.

    Henry’s Demons

  • He was unshaved and dressed in clothes so dirty that one restaurant almost threw him out.

    Henry’s Demons

  • These women are so hot that one of Ashley Dupré's co-workers described her as possessing "great pheromones" and "an amazing coochie" one of the service's websites even includes a checklist of requests, from blond, brunette, or redhead to shaved, unshaved, or partial that men could not resist, especially high testosterone men like Eliot Spitzer who can afford rates commensurate with such assets.

    Michael Shermer: Of Testosterone and Pheromones

  • And then a passing fakir, unshaved and unwashed for many days, had reached into his filthy robes and brought out two perfectly formed golden red apples, their skins smooth, fragrant in the sun-fired air.

    Shadow Princess

  • But his hair was wild and matted, his jaw scruffy and unshaved.

    Every little thing in the world

  • Their unshaved faces were ashen in the heat, and within minutes green flies had started to drone around the windows.

    The Convict and Other Stories

  • The sweat and heat in their uniforms steamed in the air, and their unshaved faces and uncut hair gave them the look of neglected dead men or collapsed scarecrows under an angry, whalebone moon.

    The Convict and Other Stories


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