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  • adj. Not mashed; whole and intact.


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  • In Times Square, Thanksgiving's most popular unmashed Potatohead himself takes part in the Thanksgiving Day Parade.

    CNN Transcript Nov 24, 2005

  • Two thin black urchins with Reeboks on their feet and Walkman earphones around their heads sat in the enormous hopper at the back, picking through unmashed trash.

    Black Blade

  • "Right now I need help with history, " said Jeff, thumping the bowl so hard that a bit of unmashed potato flew up and hit him on the nose.

    The Norby Chronicles

  • This juice was clear and by test was found to possess the same acrid property as the unmashed corms.

    The Scientific Monthly, October-December 1915

  • Underdone and unmashed peas are not fit for a child's stomach: there is nothing more difficult of digestion than underdone peas.

    Advice to a Mother on the Management of Her Children

  • No, "Scottish cuisine" makes you think of mashed up sheep's organs stuffed into a different, unmashed-up sheep's organ.

    Not PC


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