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  • adj. Not dispersed

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not dispersed; not scattered.

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Examples

  • It does not consider the likelihood that environmental impact of undispersed crude is far greater than the dispersant used to break itup.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Suing EPA Over Gulf Cleanup

  • What we do know is that dispersed oil is more toxic than undispersed oil and dispersed oil plus dispersant is more toxic than undispersed oil.

    Jerry Cope: The Jaws Syndrome; Life Imitates Art On The Gulf Coast; The Crime of the Century Pt II

  • The trouble Sir Keith takes to leave no confusions undispersed, no misunderstandings of his pronouncements unexplained, has become well known ever since … he was lumbered with the roving job of refining, redefining—or re-somethinging—Conservatism.

    THE COMMANDING HEIGHTS

  • The trouble Sir Keith takes to leave no confusions undispersed, no misunderstandings of his pronouncements unexplained, has become well known ever

    The Commanding Heights

  • But I have a nagging worry that if this latest could of acrid smoke is left undispersed, somebody, somewhere, might think there's a fire behind it.

    Allard Lowenstein: An Exchange

  • She snatched at contemptuous notice of the way that the tail of the woman's gown, which anyway was far too good for any sensible person to wear just going about the house and garden in the morning, was lying in a patch of undispersed frost; but fear re-entered her heart.

    The Judge

  • Not again would he stand at the door, his dark hair damp and rumpled, his eyes blinking at the strong light, while his voice spoke hoarsely out of undispersed sleep.

    The Judge

  • Symonds D'Ewes had endeavoured by his will, which he modelled upon that of De Thou, to preserve undispersed through the ages to come the

    The Great Book-Collectors

  • They met in the large upper room, and their sessions were prolonged far into the night, or rather into the morning, for it happened often enough that daylight peeped in through the eastern window and found the company still undispersed.

    The Gerrard Street Mystery and Other Weird Tales

  • Behold the narrator's spot-on description of a Chicago winter: The weather stayed black, undispersed soot sitting on the snow.

    News - chicagotribune.com

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