- adj. Not combined with another
- adj. not joined or united into one
“Hydrogen gas is so light that uncombined hydrogen will gain enough velocity from collisions with other gases that they will quickly be ejected from the atmosphere.”
“Ms. Candler happens to be the broker that brought hedge-fund star Scott Bommer and his wife to an uncombined duplex at 1060 Fifth, which sold in January for $46 million exactly, a co-op record.”
“Pages displaying compound colors would include graded hanks of the uncombined component colors and their shades, plus shades created using equal and unequal proportions of those colors.”
“Aristotle's logical works were arranged in an order of increasing complexity, beginning with the Categories, which deals with simple, uncombined utterances.”
“So along with the other ten million weapons violations, Missiles that violated the range agreements, chemical delivery systems, uncombined components for Mustard Gas, testing of biological agents on political prisoners that could have caused a plague; now one of the canisters and there are probably others, has been used.”
“Pure uncombined hydrogen does not exist in nature to any extent.”
“It is a highly unreactive metal, which I would expect to find uncombined and highly localized.”
“Whether we weigh the elements in their uncombined state or weigh them in the form of some compound of known composition, we must be very sure that conditions are such as to make possible the exclusion of all complicating impurities from the scale pan.”
“In fact, the only uncombined metal that has ever appeared on the planet has been the nickel-iron of an occasional meteorite.”
“Accordingly, the most actively toxic molecules will be neutralized first, and those which are left over, that is, uncombined with antitoxin, will have a weaker toxic action.”
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