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untrimmed

[uhn-trimd] /ʌnˈtrɪmd/
adjective
1.
not trimmed.
2.
Also, uncut. Bookbinding. (of gathered sections of a book) having the bolts untrimmed by a guillotine or plow.
Origin of untrimmed
1525-1535
1525-35; un-1 + trimmed
Related forms
untrimmedness, noun
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  • How like an untrimmed smoky night-candle did my ambition burn!

    Journeys to Bagdad

    Charles S. Brooks
  • His hair and heavy beard were long and untrimmed, and were a deep iron-gray.

    Rebels of the Red Planet Charles Louis Fontenay
  • The same rose-brier is nodding its untrimmed boughs by the door.

  • The narrow oval of his face sloped to a pointed, untrimmed beard.

    The Big Bow Mystery I. Zangwill
  • His beard was long and untrimmed, and on his head he wore a Mexican sombrero.

    Ben's Nugget Horatio, Jr. Alger
  • Roses, escallonica, and lavender had grown in untrimmed luxuriance.

    In the Roar of the Sea Sabine Baring-Gould
  • It was large, and so neglected and untrimmed as to be a veritable wilderness.

    Theodore Watts-Dunton James Douglas
  • Long were his hair and beard, untrimmed now, unkempt and red.

    Darkness and Dawn George Allan England
  • A 56-page illustrated pamphlet, untrimmed, rubricated cover.

    Trilbyana Joseph Benson Gilder & Jeannette Leonard Gilder
  • His face was flinty, and his red hair was untrimmed at the neck and ears.

    In the Heart of a Fool William Allen White

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