five o'clock shadow
1942, US, advertising copy written by Jules B. Singer of the Federal Advertising Agency for the Gem brand of safety razors, made by the American Safety Razor Company.
Noun

five o'clock shadow

  1. A beard growth visible late in the day on the face of a person with facial hair growth that was clean-shaven in the morning.
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