Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not modified by art; not molded; amorphous; shapeless; not having a regular form.

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  • adjective Not fashioned; unmade, unformed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ fashioned

Examples

  • Shoot into a thousand stories, told, retold, fashioned, unfashioned, and unfashionable, like the perfect first vomit of a sickness and a day in a submarine.

    Water for Old Bet

  • Shoot into a thousand stories, told, retold, fashioned, unfashioned, and unfashionable, like the perfect first vomit of a sickness and a day in a submarine.

    Water for Old Bet

  • The unfashioned ore, drawn from so rich a mine, is worth all to which art can add its highest decorations, when drawn from less abundant sources.

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • Ovid, in his Metamorphoses, described Chaos as "rather a crude and indigested mass, a lifeless lump, unfashioned and unframed, of jarring seeds and justly Chaos named". previous - next

    nessus Diary Entry

  • Somewhat carelessly, even if correctly, attired; eagerly, rather than observantly, attentive; brilliant and startling, rather than cultured, of speech — a blazing human solitaire, unfashioned, unset, tossed by the drift of fortune at her feet.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • Occasionally these abnormal productions are crude, unfashioned and deformed.

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • “Those are our failures,” the spirits of the departed, brooding over the site of the camp, might have sighed, as we sorted out crude and unfashioned fragments.

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • The testicles were still unfashioned, the same crude lumps.

    Incubus

  • The British Empire is yet a lump of clay unfashioned and formless on the wheel of the potter.

    "The Red Watch" With the First Canadian Division in Flanders

  • The rough unfashioned sticks, which are generally of hazel, ash, oak and thorn, are cut with a bill in the same way as kidney bean sticks, and are brought to the factory in large bavins or bundles, piled on a timber tug.

    Scientific American, Volume XXIV., No. 12, March 18, 1871 A Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry, and Manufactures.

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