(third-person singular simple present manscapes, present participle manscaping, simple past and past participle manscaped)
- (rare) To impose a shape on the landscape to suit humans.
- (neologism) To trim or shave a male's hair, typically other than the hair atop and behind his head. The term applies most frequently to facial hair, including that of the eyebrows, ears, and nostrils; somewhat frequently to shoulders and back; less frequently to buttocks and pubes; infrequently to arms and legs.
From man + -scape.