Definition of unshorn in English:

unshorn

Line breaks: un¦shorn
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈʃɔːn
 
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adjective

Not cut or shorn: the men left their locks unshorn
More example sentences
  • It knelt in the centre of its pen with three woolly, unshorn friends, contentedly chewing the cud.
  • I hate the shaggy, unshorn look he has going on now; I like my men clean-cut for the most part, but some can get away with the scruffy look, or the long hair…
  • ‘The organisation behind the course was immense, over 100 sheep are needed every day and pens are needed for shorn and unshorn sheep from different flocks,’ he said.

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