unshowered

unshowered

(ʌnˈʃaʊəd)
adj
not having been showered
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Part of Gretchen's failure is her attempt to cultivate "child husbands," who are portrayed as unshowered and annoying wards whose care consumes most of Gretchen's time, preventing her from successfully evangelizing.
And so, we get dressed and swiftly depart - unshowered, blue of lip and covered in wee wee.
Chase and I were hot, unshowered, sticky, and unprepared.
"Some guests have to travel home unshowered and with a suitcase of dirty clothes."
Many male hospital doctors and nurses on night shift come to work unshowered and unshaven.
"I'm not in my basement, unshaven, unshowered, drinking a bottle of Scotch a day,'' Gorelick said.
Right now it's almost 10 am and I'm unshowered and still in my slippers does that count for laziness!" But of course, Aimee's been a lot busier than she makes out.
We were bleary-eyed, unshowered. Our conversation drifted.
The next afternoon, unshowered, his eyes bloodshot from tossing and turning all night, Prince works up the nerve to confront Seamus.
That's because all the contaminants and compounds on an unshowered body react with the free disinfectant in the pool, reducing the amount available to kill pathogens, Hlavsa says.
Whether or not you've ever danced, been dumped, lost a loved one, gone unshowered for more than a week, given the same closet space to secondhand clothes and those with designer labels, or obsessed over fashion trends, this is a book that speaks to all women.
"Where were you?" It was noon and she was unshowered, wrapped in an afghan, eating dry cereal with her fingers and watching the local news.