sheared

[ sheerd ]
/ ʃɪərd /

adjective

shaped or completed by or as if by shearing.
trimmed to an even, symmetrical, or uniform length, as fur, shrubbery, etc.: a sheared muskrat coat.

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Origin of sheared

First recorded in 1610–20; shear + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM sheared

un·sheared, adjective
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