shaven

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shaven

  1. Having been shaved.
    • 1784, The House that Jack Built, page 8:
      This is the Prieſt all ſhaven and ſhorn, that married the man all tattered and torn[.]

Usage notes[edit]

  • The adjectives shaven and shaved have no semantic difference, although shaven is especially used in combination (such as in "newly-shaven").

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Verb[edit]

shaven

  1. past participle of shave

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