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Definition of "unshorn" []

  • Not shorn or cut (adjective)
  • Not diminished or reduced (adjective)
  • Not shorn (adjective)

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Use "unshorn" in a sentence
  • "If a decline at anything like that rate continues, all bets are off, and Spain will not only have to get help from its euro-zone partners read, Germany, but abandon its position that the banks' creditors are to emerge from the process their curly locks unshorn."
  • "We drove south, past women in ankle-length dresses of turquoise and fuchsia velvet picking cotton in parched fields and unshorn goats denuding poplar saplings."
  • "“But we were thrown before its beauty unprepared, unshrived, unshorn.”"