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  • adj. In a pure state. Not mixed with other substances.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not blended or mixed together


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  • Before long we were like a walking salad of monks, an unblended toss of pleading and praising and abasement.

    It Wasn't Me.

  • But it is especially irksome with Pinot Noir, a notoriously difficult grape, whose stellar reputation rests exclusively on unblended versions from a few select regions.

    French winemakers found guilty in pinot noir fraud | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Add the liquid mixture to the flour mixture and combine thoroughly, making sure no unblended dry ingredients linger at the bottom of the bowl.

    Chat Leftovers: The well-bread muffin

  • If a novel is a vintage port, then a story by, say, O'Henry, is a straight shot of unblended whiskey.

    MIND MELD: What Purpose Does Short Fiction Serve?

  • Still, I have that desire to get to know and raise a child from Day One, to be someone's unqualified, unblended m-o-t-h-e-r.

    Lily Burana: Adding a Baby To Our Blended Family

  • Jon stood in the entryway, waiting for the guests to arrive: first Mr. and Mrs. Bass from next door, then Mrs. Shea from the end of the street, alone and looking exhausted in green slacks and a red sweater, with an unblended blotch of rouge staining one cheek.

    Best Friends Forever

  • "We're the only microbial next-generation biofuel company that has road-tested in an engine an unblended fuel," he says.

    Power Plays

  • It can be blended or unblended with aged and is sometimes made with lactic sugars or yeasts.

    New Glarus Berliner Weisse

  • Notably, The Grumpy Troll's Bourbon Barrel Aged Scotch Ale was unblended; after it warmed up, it tasted exactly like drinking whiskey/bourbon/scotch - a pretty neat trick for beer.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Summary: while fresh off the shelves this beer has already been aged for one year, the bourbon is almost overpowering and can benefit greatly from further aging; this beer changes significantly from cold to warm, yet its complexity is ultimately overshadowed by the unblended bourbon barrel aging - we bought two bottles of this, and maybe when we review it again next year or the year after it will have mellowed a bit

    Archive 2008-03-01


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