from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not having been culled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not gathered.
- Not separated; not selected.
“My area of study is unculled species of reptiles.”
Populist nonsense to end the season by highlighting the left as saviours of the cuddly seals, never mind that unculled the consequences will be catastrophic for both seals and hard pressed poor comunities.
He simply doesn't mention the objections I put forward six years ago -- most famously, that the first cohort born after the legalization of abortion, who, under his theory, should have been better behaved than the unculled previous cohort, instead went on the worst teen murder spree in American history during the early 1990s.
Such gatherings usually consisted entirely of bachelors and maidens, with one or two exceptions so recently yoked together that they had not yet changed the plane of existence; married people, by general consent, left these amusements to the unculled.
It is for this reason that there is very little growth of red gum, either in the unculled forest or on culled land, where, as is usually the case, a dense undergrowth of cane, briers, and rattan is present.
Throughout the night, and in the early morning, messages went from him to various ships to take this or that step, to garner in the fruits of the victory yet unculled.
She preferred that her part in the cotillion should be observed by a frieze of unculled wall-flowers.
The proportion of females in a local unculled population is between 0.5 and 0.7, apparently reflecting how much the population has previously been affected by food limitation.