Definition of uncombed in English:

uncombed

adjective

  • (of a person's hair) not combed.

    • ‘Her long, black, uncombed hair falls over her normally cheery face, now slightly contorted with worry.’
    • ‘The Princess had a distinguished face, thin and drawn, set off by long black uncombed hair and she wore a long dark gown down to her feet.’
    • ‘Andrew muttered darkly to himself before strutting over to the front desk, brushing his messy uncombed hair back with his fingers.’
    • ‘To them he must have been a fearsome sight, disheveled with ragged clothes and uncombed greasy hair.’
    • ‘Standing at about five foot nine, Freddie appeared somewhat taller due to an enormous pile of wild, uncombed hair.’
    • ‘He looked messy with uncombed hair and his shirt wrinkled, but Claire said nothing.’
    • ‘My hair was uncombed and my hands and face were caked with mud.’
    • ‘The black screen flickered for a moment before it came to life, showing a small boy with messy, uncombed blonde hair and bright blue eyes.’
    • ‘He slammed the drawer shut and ran his hands through a mess of rusty-red uncombed hair.’
    • ‘After a few steps, a door slides open from one of the rooms, and an ageing scientist, complete with thick glasses and wild, uncombed grey hair, walks over to them.’
    • ‘His brown hair was uncombed and in a mess, hanging in front of his eyes.’
    • ‘I raked my shaky hand through my uncombed, disheveled hair.’
    • ‘My father was still wearing his light blue PJ's and his hair was uncombed.’
    • ‘I slid my headphones over my messy, uncombed hair.’
    • ‘Her hair was uncombed and she looked like a little girl.’
    • ‘His right ear sported a gold ring and his long black hair was left uncombed and untied.’
    • ‘Jones depicts them as disgusted by Eva's physicality, her uncombed hair, and her black femaleness.’
    • ‘The shadows on his face accentuated his chiselled cheekbones and chin, and his uncombed hair hung over his face.’
    • ‘His dark hair was uncombed and he looked like he too had just woken up.’
    • ‘Even though she dressed in rags and her hair was uncombed, she was like an angel sent from heaven.’
    scruffy, tousled, dishevelled, unkempt, messy, disordered, disarranged, messed up, rumpled, bedraggled, uncombed, ungroomed, straggly, ruffled, tangled, matted, windblown, wild
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Pronunciation:

uncombed

/ˌənˈkōmd/