from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not furnished with or wearing a coat.
- adj. Not being covered with a layer: an uncoated pill; uncoated paper.
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- adj. Not coated
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not having a coating
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From your description it sounds like the Spyderco - black synthetic grips with textured polymer inlays, silver (uncoated) VG-10 blade.
"The market's valuation of Domtar UFS, North America's largest uncoated free sheet maker, is just around $1,000 per metric ton."
"If you give her a Nexium, then you're responsible if she has a heart attack," said the attendant, breaking out uncoated aspirin and sublingual nitroglycerin, which dissolves under your tongue and dilates the blood vessels so there's more blood flow going to the heart, relieving angina.
Once you have used all of the coating, transfer the remaining uncoated kale leaves to gallon-size resealable plastic food storage bags and refrigerate for up to 1 week.
See our Ratings of more than 30 sets—nonstick, uncoated, and mixed—to find out which culinary stars serve up impressive cookware and which sets should be sent back to the kitchen.
Wash a coated surface with hot water, and the bacteria are wiped away more effectively than you can achieve with bleach on an uncoated surface (as tests in an Austrian cheese-packaging plant have proven).
Investors' apprehension about Domtar stemmed largely from its core business of producing uncoated free-sheet paper, which is used for computer printers, copy machines and junk mail.
Use a nylon-bristle brush for porcelain-coated cast-iron grates, and steel — not brass — brushes to clean uncoated cast-iron grates.
The book, printed on uncoated paper, frames each image in black.
The best way to guard against potential lead contamination is to use a reusable shopping bag made of uncoated canvas.