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- adj. Having been shaved.
- v. Past participle of shave
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A past participle of shave.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having the beard or hair cut off close to the skin
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People that were showing up clean shaven, which is a sign of rebellion.
Stubble or neatly shaven: neatly shaven aka gackt-chan
Both of them are smooth-shaven, which is unusual, for Mexicans and Germans both favor mustaches.
Martelly's "Tet Kale" slogan, a Creole play on words that refers to his shaven head and also means "all the way" to convey his promise of forceful change, contrasts with Manigat's more homely "Banm Manman'm" Give me Mummy slogan that seeks to bolster her image of experience and responsibility.
Nazariteship (v. 22): His hair began to grow again, as when he was shaven, that is, to be as thick and as long as when it was cut off.
He was cleanly shaven and clothed in a dress shirt and jeans.
His eyes were chalkboard green and he stroked his square, shaven chin slowly as he assessed me.
There are a number of obvious classic blunders with the name of that fish (rape seaman-style, rape on a bed of spinach, and so on) but this one has been caused by an association with the verb rapar, which is to shave as in a shaven head, not normal shaving of the face.
Rafic looks like a nightclub bouncer: he is tall with a shaven head, a roll-neck sweater and slacks.
He met me at Waterloo Station in a black Barack Obama T-shirt and jeans, burly and baldheaded, semi-shaven, looking more like a skinhead punter than a vicar.