Definitions

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  • adj. Not having been nibbled.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ nibbled

Examples

  • Arresting one of their number would for sure upset them something rotten, not least because of the precedent it might set, a precedent that might see a speedy mass departure for Lisbon Airport, the canapés unnibbled, of the entire crop of gangsters being thus entertained.

    Book Him, Gordo!

  • I had a funny feeling that the unnibbled part was going to end up in someone's bread basket.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • As he leapt forward, purposing to overwhelm me, the Black Colonel's foot appeared to catch an uprising tuft that had been left unnibbled by the sheep, possibly on account of the coarse toughness of its grass.

    The Black Colonel

  • That the mice have left unnibbled, tells you all about "Eclipse,"

    The Voyageur and Other Poems

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