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unbrushed

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbrʌʃt
 
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Definition of unbrushed in English:

adjective

Not brushed; untidy or unkempt: unbrushed hair
More example sentences
  • Day after day, the girls woke up to a high-desert Eden, emerging with teeth unbrushed and hair in knots to do yoga, knit, and swap barrettes before hitting the rock all afternoon.
  • To appear at the office unshaven, or with unbrushed coat and dirty boots, proclaims at once a lack of respect to one's employers.
  • She was so rushed, she ended up mis-buttoning her shirt, wearing mis-matched socks, and leaving her hair unbrushed.

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