Definitions

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  • adj. That has not been cemented.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not cemented.

Etymologies

un- +‎ cemented (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Columbia-based Dr. Thomas Gross led the first successful FDA resurfacing study and was the developing surgeon for the BIOMET Recap and Magnum hip reconstruction systems, the world's first fully porous coated, "uncemented," femoral component for resurfacing.

    Stories: Local News

  • (April 24, 2007) I am in Sainte Cécile for the week visiting my husband who has been holding down the French fort — a fragmented one at that, what with with ceilings coming uncemented and doors dropping like dragonflies.

    isoloir - French Word-A-Day

  • -- William F. Buckley, Jr. I am in Sainte Cécile for the week visiting my husband who has been holding down the French fort -- a fragmented one at that, what with with ceilings coming uncemented and doors dropping like dragonflies.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • April 24, 2007 I am in Sainte Cécile for the week visiting my husband who has been holding down the French fort—a fragmented one at that, what with with ceilings coming uncemented and doors dropping like dragonflies.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • The wall is built all along of uncemented stones, but of so large a size as to make a very firm and durable rampart.

    Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

  • There stood upon it, in these days, a single rude house of uncemented stones, approached by

    Memories and Portraits

  • - If the soil is too unstable it may be useful to support the walls with uncemented bricks.

    Chapter 3

  • A small hill has been cut down and the earthwork surrounded by masonry, uncemented, unjointed, layer upon layer, and there is no column, pillar, or true arch.

    Across the Equator A Holiday Trip in Java

  • Sometimes the well is merely a shallow hole, uncemented, to catch the seepage of the upper strata.

    A Woman's Impression of the Philippines

  • The palace was a shanty of log or wattle, protected, perhaps, by a rampart of earth or uncemented stones, and the king had a stone chair with a few mystic decorations scratched on it, which served for his throne on state occasions.

    The Book-Hunter A New Edition, with a Memoir of the Author

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