unshaved


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unshaved

(ʌnˈʃeɪvd)
adj
not shaved
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Adj.1.unshaved - not shavedunshaved - not shaved        
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I wondered what a stranger would have taken him to be, sitting there in his old Norfolk jacket and his unbrushed bowler; his trousers were baggy, his hands were not clean; and his face, with the red stubble of the unshaved chin, the little eyes, and the large, aggressive nose, was uncouth and coarse.
But she was rather took by something about this person, whether by his being unshaved, or by his hair being in want of attention, or by what other ladies' reasons, I leave you to judge; and she accepted of the specimen, and likewise of the address.
By her side walks a young man, 14-15, maybe, the first unshaved fuzz of youth clearly visible on his chin and upper lip.
When the supermodel Gigi Hadid shared a clip of her modelling lycra sportswear with what looked like unshaved armpits, there was uproar.
By continuing to publish outfit photos in spite of the judging audience's disciplining comments about her weight or unshaved armpits, she contested the narrow ideals of femininity that privilege slimness.
The Swedish 26-year-old posed for Adidas Originals in a pink dress and gray sneakers-and unshaved legs.
I can't believe people would be so horrible over Unshaved legs," another user said.
Not by himself but from the man he learned his skills from, an Armenian man," letting the wheel go with both hands long enough to rub his unshaved face.
as if he had sustained a personal wrong" and with Haydon describing him as "prostrated in mind and body, he walked about unwashed, unshaved, hardly sober by day, and always intoxicated by night, literally, without exaggeration, for weeks.
Shaved hair that hasn't been exposed to the bleaching effects of sunlight may appear darker and, compared to the tapered end of an unshaved strand, the sheared ends may feel coarser.