Antonyms for barbered

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Everything was cleaned up, mended up, and the men had washed and barbered themselves into almost dude-like neatness.

Took him up for some coffee and eggs, staked him to his room rent, and sent him off to get cleaned and barbered.

The most of them that I have seen ought to stay with the damned, any how, without reference to how they were barbered.

He's had himself tailored and barbered until he looks like an34 English investor come over huntin' six per cent.

Centred in a square of barbered lawn was a fountain where Neptune drove his chariot of sea-horses.

Being at last considered sufficiently tamed and trained to be trusted with scissors, we barbered ourselves as best we could.

He was barbered and wore a suit which showed his splendid length and strength of limb.

He walked in one evening at dusk, but at first sight I didn't know him he was so spruced and barbered up.