Definitions

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  • adj. Not encased.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ encased

Examples

  • There was only one hitch: the plastic iPad holder only accommodated unencased or very thinly encased iPads.

    iLounge | All Things iPod, iPhone, iPad and beyond

  • First Looks: Twelve South BookArc for iPad - What we really like about Twelve South's new BookArc for iPad ($40): this silver steel iPad stand feels every bit as solid as its earlier, larger version for MacBooks, includes two rubber inserts for use with unencased and encased iPads, and pitches itself as capable of letting iPads either stand upright or on an angle as you prefer.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • It comes packaged with a plastic cradle that holds either of the unencased iPhone models, a special screw-based suction cup for attachment to glass, and ...

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • A button on the right lets you adjust the height and tension of the device-holding clamp, while a switch on the back enables you to expand or contract a pad to accommodate the thickness of anything from an encased thicker iPhone to a thin, unencased iPod touch.

    iLounge | All Things iPod, iPhone, iTunes and beyond

  • Plastic dock inserts for the iPhone and iPhone 3G/3GS are included, working only with unencased devices.

    iLounge | All Things iPod, iPhone, iTunes and beyond

  • Apart from the signature sausages of Serbian meats -- the unencased cylinders of minced beef known as cevapcici (in both pork and lamb mixes) -- there's a large selection of animal proteins such as pljeskavica, the substantial cevap in burger form; various chicken parts including bacon-wrapped breast and bacon-wrapped livers; snappy paprika-spiked sausages; and pork schnitzel, all culminating in the house specialty, the leskobacki opanak, sort of a Balkan Bacon Explosion, a 500-gram bacon-wrapped cevap with a core of ham and Swiss.

    Chicago Reader

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