- adj. Not skinned; not having had the skin removed.
- un- + skinned (Wiktionary)
“And we also have yet to see a completely unskinned V either – in full Lizard get up.”
“The coals must be removed and the unskinned animal will be placed in the hole covered with soil and very hot coals until done.”
“If hazelnuts are unskinned, wrap toasted nuts in a clean kitchen towel and rub nuts together vigorously to loosen and remove skins (don't worry about skins that don't come off).”
“Add the rice and small pieces of unskinned chicken or perhaps rabbit, stirring it around until the rice turns opaque.”
“Potatoes fresh rosemary sprigs garlic cloves, unskinned olive oil salt and freshly ground black pepper”
“These were purchased here in Umbria and seem to be made with almond meal made from unskinned almonds to give them that slightly speckled appearance.”
“They resisted every attempt to lure them: using unskinned rather than skinned carcasses as bait, camouflaging nets with dust, hiding in a blind.”
“Eating unskinned ribs nearly always requires a vigorous follow-up session with a toothpick or dental floss.”
“In Mexico, paces, like pigs, are usually boiled unskinned.”
“Now get a pair of common pincers, such as are used for pulling nails out, and place them so that the tail comes between their hollows; push this against the part still unskinned; hold this firmly down on the table with the left hand, and pull from the root of the tail with the right.”
Practical Taxidermy A manual of instruction to the amateur in collecting, preserving, and setting up natural history specimens of all kinds. To which is added a chapter upon the pictorial arrangement of museums. With additional instructions in modelling and artistic taxidermy.
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