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His unshorn head of light curling hair showed that he was no Moor.

The unshorn and uncropped turf was thick and dry as a parlor carpet.

Garth had lost his hat long ago; and he was both unshaven and unshorn.

"Daddy" was dirty, unshorn, and covered with gore from two or three wounds.

The commonalty in the streets were wild, unshorn, and in rags.

For example, when the hair is unshorn, it stands out like a mop.

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

Harald the Unshorn, son of Halfdan the Black, was pushing forth for the kingdom.

"Harald the Unshorn:" he was so called at first because he made a vow not to cut his hair till he was sole king of Norway.

Along its borders are two rows of unshorn willows, and here and there a poplar lifts its stately head.

WORD ORIGIN

"shaven," late Old English scoren, past participle adjective from shear (v.).

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