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- adj. Not yet hatched.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not hatched; not having left the egg.
- Not matured and brought to light; not disclosed.
- Not hatched or marked with cuts or lines; not scratched or injured: applied in the quotations to a rapier not yet used in fight, both literally and figuratively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not yet emerged from an egg
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Walser, a typical 19th century white male, is unwilling to consider an egalitarian relationship with a woman, and the possibility of his own vulnerability doesn't even occur to him--as Carter tells us, Walser is 'unhatched', a man who's experienced much but who hasn't allowed any of his experiences to truly affect him.
There were bones from a wide assortment of creatures that we could not identify, and there was a clutch of what looked like unhatched eggs.
Do you have a point aside from gloating 9 months before the election about your unhatched victory?
It was all about the pristine exhilaration of the adventure -- as unsullied and unhatched as the lines of HergÃ©'s drawings.
It was all about the pristine exhilaration of the adventure -- as unsullied and unhatched as the lines of Hergé's drawings.
Matt Roush: If blurry memory serves, Anna did suffer some setbacks, including the sabotage of her entire cache of unhatched eggs.
In the Philippines it is called balut, which is the steep egg with an unhatched steep fetus inside.
The Sea Turtle Conservancy (STC) did the only thing they could: carefully lift out of the sand each unhatched egg by hand.
Counting the unhatched chickens of hubris is hurting Republicans in New York, as well.
“She left this world, taking our unhatched offspring with her.”