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shaven

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Pronunciation: /ˈʃeɪvn
 
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Definition of shaven in English:

adjective

Shaved: a boy with a shaven head
More example sentences
  • He had short brown shaven hair, was clean-shaven, of medium but muscular build and was wearing casual clothing.
  • He gestured vaguely toward her clothes, from the blouse to the socks wrapped around her smooth shaven legs.
  • Four females entered and Eleanor, to her shock, saw that their heads were shaven bald.

Words that rhyme with shaven

craven, graven, haven, maven, Stratford-upon-Avon

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