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Gone with the Wind
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  • The state militia who had gone out so short a time before, resplendent in new uniforms, could hardly be distinguished from the seasoned troops, so dirty and unkempt were they.
  • He sat slouched in the saddle, a thick, rough-looking man with an unkempt black beard straggling over his unbuttoned blue jacket.
  • But it looked forlorn and unkempt under the gray sky.
  • The lawn was wide and green with thick clover and bordering it was a straggling, unkempt privet hedge, interlaced with sweet-smelling honeysuckle vines.

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  • This kid has long, unkempt hair and a hardened look about him.
    Neal Shusterman  --  Unwind
  • With his dark unkempt hair, his unlined face, he looked no more than twenty-five.
    Dave Eggers  --  The Circle

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