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unkempt
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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Harry touched down right behind her and dismounted on a patch of unkempt grass in the middle of a small square.
  • They could see the top of an unkempt gingery head and a stack of precariously balanced cauldrons.
  • Sirius smiled bitterly and ran his fingers through his long, unkempt hair.
  • She had long, dark hair that looked unkempt and straggly in the picture, though he had seen it sleek, thick and shining.
  • The hair that had once been set in elaborate curls now hung lank and unkempt around her face.
  • ’Harry, dear, are you sure you’re all right?’ said Mrs Weasley in a worried voice, as they walked around the unkempt patch of grass in the middle of Grimmauld Place.

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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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