Synonyms for Shaved:

adj.

all (adjective)
shaven.
diminished (adjective)
deducted, dropped, abridged, Receded, abbreviated, weeded, decreased, lessened, truncated, shortened, eroded, Lightened, cropped, removed, trimmed, sheared, Leached, mowed, clipped, shrunken, drained, Compacted, Dwindled, contracted, Bobbed, deflated, pruned, downgraded, Pared, reduced, Nipped, tapered, docked, compressed, Curtailed, depleted, diminished, cut, concentrated, decremented, condensed, lowered.
hairless (adjective)
beardless, clean-shaven, whiskerless, shaven.
reduced (adjective)
Snubbed, Discounted, shortened, Pared, abbreviated, drained, Curtailed, pruned, Depreciated, eroded, diminished, docked, bated, deflated, deducted, trimmed, subtracted, decreased, Elided, cut, sheared, cropped, Deleted, lowered, clipped, removed, compressed, Nipped, weeded, contracted, Bobbed, mowed, lessened, reduced, abridged.

n.

shaved (noun)
shaven, well-shaven, clean-shaven, smooth-shaven, beardless, whiskerless.

v.

cheapened (verb)
marked down, Cheapened, degraded, debased, devaluated, belittled, devalued, slashed.
diminished (verb)
shrunk, Shrank, Culled, minimized.
subtracted (verb)
pruned, clipped, diminished, trimmed, docked, Pared, reduced, Bobbed, abridged, Deleted, sheared, cropped, Curtailed, weeded, decreased, cut, Depreciated, Elided, lessened, deducted, Discounted, subtracted, lowered.

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Other relevant words:
shaven, well-shaven, clean-shaven, smooth-shaven, beardless, whiskerless.

Usage examples for shaved

  1. His idea of loyalty was that he should scarcely smoke a cigar unless his friend was there to take another, and he felt rather mean if he went round alone to get shaved – The Reverberator by Henry James
  2. After this the hair may be allowed to grow, and shaved off or simply cut as they prefer. – The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II by R. V. Russell
  3. When the Emperor had shaved one side, he turned the other side to view, and made Roustan pass from left to right, or from right to left, according to the side on which he commenced. – The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton