Thesaurus / unshorn

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Unwashed, unshorn, in the loss almost of the aspect of humanity, they became repulsive to each other.

At the sound of his voice the young man started, but gazed at the unshorn face, the poverty-stricken figure, unconvinced.

Scarlett of the MountedMarguerite Merington

With soiled garments and unshorn beard Jason ran to the hill.

Twice or thrice a week they dined at French or Italian tables d'hote in a cloud of smoke, and brag and unshorn hair.

A second vision flashed by of a ragged, unshorn fugitive, now in jail, whom his testimony could condemn.

The Rules of the GameStewart Edward White

It was not only that it was haggard, thin, unshorn, and gray with coming death; but the very position of the features had altered.

The BertramsAnthony Trollope

He looks little like a bridegroom, with his sad face, and unshorn beard and hair.

Pencillings by the WayN. Parker Willis

It was a band of rough-looking fellows in the costume of the frontier farm and workshop—ragged, dirty and unshorn.

A Man for the AgesIrving Bacheller

May we never see your handsome countenance, washed or unwashed, shaven or unshorn, again!

The Christmas BooksWilliam Makepeace Thackeray

His beard was unshorn, and he displayed an indifference to his fate, which not a little surprised me.

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