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unshaven

adjective as in bearded

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Example Sentences

Some witnesses reported that he was unshaven and had slurred speech.

But Alig is far from the unshaven and downtrodden man profiled in New York Magazine in 2007.

He was unshaven, with a goatee and long, scraggly hair, and looked miserable and not a little creepy.

He was unshaven, with a full mustache and wearing a flannel shirt over a hooded sweatshirt.

In the video, he is unshaven and scruffy, wearing a dark, padded jacket, and his voice is thick with emotion.

The very poor, too, went usually unshaven and unshorn, simply because this was the cheap and easy fashion.

And, lifting an unshaven chin, he pointed over his shoulder with a long, grimy thumb to the western sky.

The officer was a young man, although under the mask of dirt and mud splashes and unshaven chin he might have been any age.

Andy Green, unshaven as to face and haggard as to eyes, leaned upon his stout, willow stick and looked gloomily away to the west.

The proprietor himself thrust in his head, bullet-shaped, with black moustache and unshaven chin.

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On this page you'll find 138 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unshaven, such as: shaggy, bewhiskered, whiskered, barbate, beardy, and bristly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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