from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not cooked; raw.
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- adj. raw and not cooked, especially of something that should be, or is sometimes cooked
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of uncook.
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- adj. not cooked
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They should remain uncooked and cool and be a contrast to the very hot (both in heat and spice) chicken.
"uncooked" -- that is, not ready for plant assimilation.
The bacterium has been found in a variety of raw foods, such as uncooked meats and vegetables, as well as in processed foods that become contaminated after processing, such as soft cheeses and cold cuts at the deli counter.
Things which need longer cooking, such as uncooked meat, bacon, sausages, &c., should be dry fried.
Wine is also offered to the goddess, and after being consecrated is sprinkled on every kind of uncooked food brought before her.
When begging they say 'Alakh,' and they accept any kind of uncooked and cooked food from Brahmans.
One advocates one plan, and another an entirely different, and sometimes a directly opposite plan -- such as uncooked vs. thoroughly cooked food; a strictly vegetarian diet, and mental culture in place of attention to either, etc.
The little one would satisfy her appetite as well as she could with some kind of uncooked food, salads, vinegary things that deceive a young woman's appetite, even charcoal, which she would nibble with the depraved taste and capricious stomach of her age and sex.
NTS usually causes vomiting and diarrhoea in developed countries and is predominantly contracted by consuming infected foods, such as uncooked meat and eggs.
Afterwards we had some snacks, and had "uncooked" s'mores.