clean-shaven

[kleen-shey-vuhn]
adjective
(of a man) having the beard and mustache shaved off.

Origin:
1860–65

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clean-shaven
 
adj
(of men) having the facial hair shaved off

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Example sentences
He keeps his salt-and-pepper hair neatly combed and, even out in the wild,
  manages a clean-shaven appearance every morning.
He's clean-shaven, a sign of fanaticism in a country of scraggly beards.
His hair is slicked flat on his head, and he is clean-shaven.
People point out the old-school way of television would say you've gotta be
  clean-shaven.
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