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unplucked Line breaks: un|plucked
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈplʌkt/

Definition of unplucked in English:

adjective

Not plucked: unplucked eyebrows
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  • Forget Kate Moss and Sienna Miller's hyped-up hippie glamour; Frida Kahlo is the woman who refused to exfoliate - who can forget that moustache, those unplucked eyebrows?
  • I looked up suspiciously, a reasonably unplucked red-brown eyebrow poised in an unnatural position, dustpan and broom frozen in place resting on the top of the tarmac. ‘What's the catch?’
  • Dad, of course, will happily wallop an unplucked pheasant on the table during breakfast, before heading out to chase wee moosies from the grain store and inspect a few cow posteriors before sundown.

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