unbrushed


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unbrushed

(ʌnˈbrʌʃt)
adj
(of hair, clothing, etc) not brushed
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Adj.1.unbrushed - (of hair or clothing) not brushedunbrushed - (of hair or clothing) not brushed; "snarled unbrushed hair"; "the suit was wrinkled and unbrushed, as if it had been slept in"
ungroomed - not neat and smart in appearance; "he was wrinkled and ungroomed, with a two-day beard"; "ungroomed hair"
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The unbrushed tufts of hair sticking up behind and the hastily brushed hair on his temples expressed this most eloquently.
When he strolled across to him, the black, unbrushed head was lifted abruptly, as if in some surprise at his continued presence.
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.
He was only half dressed--in plain clothes, I observed, not in uniform--and his hair was unbrushed, and he looked as wild as his room.
I carried a clear picture of his unkempt hair, his unbrushed coat, his dominant spectacles, his dogmatic jaw.
(102) Thus, allowed to grow in a "natty" (natural and neat) way, uncut, uncombed and unbrushed, but frequently washed with water and natural plant-based deodorizers, the locks of Bobos symbolise mounting unstoppable defiance and resistance to Babylon and its ways.
She looked weary, her wispy, regrown hair unbrushed, but she looked like herself, the animating grit, the direct, down-to-earth way she met his eye.
He leaned in and kissed her mouth, dank and unbrushed. She fisted a handful of his slick hair, pinched at the roots, and held his face close to hers.
Residents were also found to have been left at risk of dehydration - which can lead to urinary tract infections and other health issues - as well as being left with unbrushed teeth and unwashed hair.
Live Science reported.Prosthodontist Dr Ann Wei from University of Manchester said that in an unbrushed mouth, there can be as many germs as a dirty bathroom floors.