Definitions

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  • adj. Not thickened.

Etymologies

un- +‎ thickened (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • But Knox, her skin unthickened by age and repeated disappointment, and I, who like Ephron would not previously have imagined myself crying over anything political, and Geraldine, who had not even voted for Hillary—we were all momentarily gutted by the loss.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • The Pátzcuaro birria is in an unthickened but savory chile broth.

    Birria revisited, part II

  • Being one sane amidst a crowd of the mad, I hardly dared assert to my own mind, that the vast luminary had undergone no change — that the shadows of night were unthickened by innumerable shapes of awe and terror; or that the wind, as it sung in the trees, or whistled round an empty building, was not pregnant with sounds of wailing and despair.

    The Last Man

  • These are the thickened cell-walls of a definite layer of cells (p), and appear [v. 04 p. 0651] as separate teeth owing to the breaking down of the unthickened cell-walls.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 "Brescia" to "Bulgaria"

  • The juice, of which there will be a large quantity, may be thickened with flour and butter creamed together; but it is better unthickened.

    Salads, Sandwiches and Chafing-Dish Dainties With Fifty Illustrations of Original Dishes

  • In the light, fresh American air, unthickened and undarkened by customs and institutions established, these things, as the phrase is, told.

    Hawthorne (English Men of Letters Series)

  • Being one sane amidst a crowd of the mad, I hardly dared assert to my own mind, that the vast luminary had undergone no change -- that the shadows of night were unthickened by innumerable shapes of awe and terror; or that the wind, as it sung in the trees, or whistled round an empty building, was not pregnant with sounds of wailing and despair.

    The Last Man

  • a crowd of the mad, I hardly dared assert to my own mind, that the vast luminary had undergone no change -- that the shadows of night were unthickened by innumerable shapes of awe and terror; or that the wind, as it sung in the trees, or whistled round an empty building, was not pregnant with sounds of wailing and despair.

    III.7

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