A fine hedge trimmed with one swipe at head height which is a shock and a shame for the beehive hair style of the owner and the head of her tall prize flower.
The Scottish Word:

Unhed.

“Ya Beezer – he’s gone an unhedded ma prize flooer – what a daeless gairdener.”

Translated:

unhed: behead.

“My Goodness – he has gone and beheaded my prize flower – what a useless gardener.”

ʌnˡhid
The Scottish Word: unhed with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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