Meaning of smooth-shaven in English:

smooth-shaven

adjective

  • Shaved so that the skin is smooth.

    ‘his smooth-shaven face’
    ‘he rubbed his hand across my smooth-shaven leg’
    • ‘He seems out of place in his elegant suit and his smooth-shaven, aristocratic face.’
    • ‘He was once the clean-cut, smooth-shaven golden boy of French rugby.’
    • ‘Out steps a smooth-shaven, tallish man wearing a pocket watch, a vintage military beret, and cradling a silver coffee canister.’
    • ‘Unlike his ex-teammates, who have been smooth-shaven for a number of years, Loveridge's whiskery appendage made it through to the new millennium.’
    • ‘Slim, only five-feet-eight in height, with wavy brown hair, brushy eyebrows, and smooth-shaven face, he impressed one observer as a "delicate looking young man."’
    • ‘He had a mass of rather long wavy brown hair thrown back from a smooth-shaven face and his mouth and chin spoke of determination and strength of will.’
    • ‘The greatest evil is not done in those sordid dens of evil Dickens loved to paint but in clear, carpeted, warmed, well-lighted offices, by quiet men with white collars and cut fingernails and smooth-shaven cheeks who do not need to raise their voices.’
    • ‘He is a smooth-talking, smooth-shaven man wearing baggy jeans and expensive leather loafers.’
    • ‘I notice how nicely her nails are rounded and polished with pearl white, how smooth shaven her underarms are.’
    • ‘His mouth, settled between opulent, smooth shaven jowls, was full and sensual.’
    bald, bald-headed