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  • adj. Not having been carved or shaped with knife or other tool.
  • adj. Natural, unmodified, pristine.

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

  • adj. not carved


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  • The current carried them deeper into the underwater cavern, to uncarved rock beneath Elephantine.

    Shadow Chase

  • The stone, quarried from the womb of the Aravalli, was unyielding to the chisel and the hammer, and, consequently, the walls of the palaces, both inside and out, were uncarved.

    Shadow Princess

  • Just gestured at his lovely, uncarved assistant, whole from the get-go?

    Skyhooks and Tuned Decks and Bloombast (Oh My!)

  • The second time, she threw the entire uncarved turkey at Brian's head, a scene that eventually showed up in his second play.

    'How It Ended: New and Collected Stories'

  • - Flux flux: uncarved block [1986] youthful immortal

    Dru Blood - I believe in the inherent goodness of all beings: January 2006 Archives

  • The as yet uncarved wood is only potentially a table, and so it might seem that once it is carved the wood is actually a table.

    Aristotle's Metaphysics

  • They remained uncarved till 2 days before halloween when stacey decides its time to carve them.

    Read It!

  • Hence: “The Nameless uncarved block thus amounts to freedom from desire.”


  • After Halloween had passed however, there was still an uncarved pumpkin sitting on my front steps and it seemed sort of wrong for him not to have fulfilled his destiny of being carved and lit up.

    Pumpkin Meets Snowman

  • Right now we have a single uncarved pumpkin on our front porch.

    Archive 2006-10-01


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