Origin of untrimmed
Related formsun·trimmed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for untrimmed
They were untrimmed stones, so that the interior surface was very irregular.Frank Merriwell's Return to Yale|Burt L. Standish
Issued in bright green paper wrappers, with untrimmed p. 257edges, and with the title-page reproduced upon the front.
The mustaches were untrimmed, but the beard was clipped to a point, à les moeurs des étudiants des Beaux Arts.
It was the identity of the man with the untrimmed mustaches and the pointed beard that must be established.
Long were his hair and beard, untrimmed now, unkempt and red.Darkness and Dawn|George Allan England