from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not rendered neutral.

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  • adjective Not neutralized.


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un- +‎ neutralized


  • The biggest challenge we face may very well be how we relate to people --- Radical Muslims --- who seemed to be filled with unneutralized rage and hatred.

    Justin Frank: Politics on the Couch: Splitting and Reparation -- Part One

  • As early as 1937, Bovet and Staub succeeded in producing the first antihistamine, thymoxidiethylamine, capable of preventing anaphylactic shock in animals which, unneutralized, was fatal.

    Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1957 - Presentation Speech

  • An excessive quantity of unneutralized soda also discolors the mixture.

    School and Home Cooking

  • If more baking soda than is necessary to neutralize the acid of the sour milk is used, some _unneutralized_ soda will remain in the mixture.

    School and Home Cooking

  • Three of these products of the human brain, however, remained unneutralized and in large part accounted for the impasse at which the hostile armies found themselves.

    The Man Who Rocked the Earth

  • The first argument of the master was the argument, prompted by the unneutralized selfish instincts, that the mere possession of power to rule, gives the right to rule.

    The Friendships of Women

  • This intense co operation and struggle towards an outer goal, when unneutralized, produces that wondrous identification which is the type of complete friendship.

    The Friendships of Women


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