Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not shaven; untrimmed.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective not having shaved; not shaven; untrimmed.
  • adjective figuratively unkempt

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective not shaved

Etymologies

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From un- +‎ shaven.

Examples

  • He was described as a unshaven, white, 40 to 50 years old, and wearing a dark beanie, dark windbreaker, and jeans.

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News

  • The robber was described as an unshaven black man about 40 years old and wearing a green jacket and a gray jeff cap with a plaid Burberry-style pattern.

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  • The man was described as unshaven, thin built, about 5-feet-6, wearing a dark-colored jacket with white sleeves and a hood concealing his head and face.

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  • Cary Grant unshaven looked like a character named Walter Eckland.

    Time catches up with all of us, even Cary Grant

  • Following his arrest, French people expressed shock at the way Mr. Strauss-Kahn was treated by the U.S judicial system, with images of the unshaven, restrained presidential hopeful causing outrage.

    Allies Predict Defendant's Return to Politics

  • Now, I know that 'fu has been given a pretty bad rap over the decades as "Hippie Food", a bland spongy or even slimy mass of congealed bean matter that no one but unshaven vegan radicals and Asian restauranteurs would consider a food product.

    The Taming of the 'Fu

  • Now, I know that 'fu has been given a pretty bad rap over the decades as "Hippie Food", a bland spongy or even slimy mass of congealed bean matter that no one but unshaven vegan radicals and Asian restauranteurs would consider a food product.

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  • The Stooges, although ragged and unshaven (and of course they're wearing suit coats, those coats just don't match their patched and threadbare pants), and having to put newspaper in their shoes to plug up the holes in the soles, have great dignity as they make their way down the street.

    History lessons from Larry, Moe, and Curly

  • However, one couple stood out: a big, bulky, unshaven, bald guy wearing a blue and black print, rolled up, bandanna around his head.

    Was It The Gang Or the Bang I Desired?

  • Dive into a flowery green sneaker, a sneaker bold enough for ten burly unshaven lumberjacks.

    Lovely Blue Automobile

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