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- adj. Not dissolved
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not dissolved; not melted; not loosened, dispelled, broken, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. retaining a solid form
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You could put as many in the tea as you liked with no evident sweetening, due to the undissolved sugar at the bottom of the icy glass.
It is important to remember that multivitamins with iron contain a smaller quantity of elemental iron and are therefore, less radiopaque than preparations such as ferrous sulfate and that partially dissolved tablets will not be as radiopaque as undissolved tablets.
Please Note: It isvery important that when you transfer the heated solution to the container in which you cool it, you must leave any undissolved crystals behind.
Even at Orange County river mouths where you are sitting on your board and look down and see what can only be strands of feces and undissolved toilet paper floating by your vulnerable toes.
I should mention, some of the other items I did had little splotches on them where the fabric had come into contact with undissolved dye particles.
In a large mixing bowl, thoroughly mix 1 1/2 cup flour, sugar, salt and undissolved yeast.
Froth and undissolved particles, if any, should be left in the vial.
And naturally she can't remarry while her marriage, a marriage now legally a shadow with no legal substance, remains undissolved.
You will need to shake the jar every day for about a month until there is absolutely no undissolved sugar left and the sour cherries are completely shriveled up.
As the pail filled, dust floated to the top like undissolved cocoa.