Al Pacino comes dressed in black and gray, wearing multiple bracelets and an unkempt tuft of hair poking up from his scalp.
Today, instead of men performing backbreaking work on creaking machinery, unkempt grass bends in the light breeze.
Strands of unkempt white hair wave above his head like an anti-surrender flag.
Later that year, when Saddam himself was captured, Arabs complained about the photos showing him unkempt and in custody.
The Nablus Road station itself is outdoors, unkempt and chaotic.
But my rugged, unkempt bush here is nobly serene and splendidly calm in the dawn hours.
He ran through the unkempt garden, and was quickly at the door.
Its colour was a dingy black, as if it had recently been through fire, its coat rough and unkempt.
His hair was wild and unkempt, his clothing torn and damaged.
Sam became uncomfortably conscious of his unkempt condition.
1570s, from un- (1) "not" + kempt "well-combed, neat," from variant past participle of Old English cemban "to comb," from Proto-Germanic *kambijan, from *kamb- "comb" (see comb). Form unkembed is recorded from late 14c. The verb kemb is rare after 1400s, but its negative past participle form endures.