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  • adj. Not planed.


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un- +‎ planed


  • Most of the illeterate people are causing unplaned birth.

    Street Childs are rapidly growing up in Dhaka

  • I got down and found a single room of the rudest kind, with the wall at one end partially broken down, holes in the roof, holes for windows, and no furniture but two chairs and two unplaned wooden shelves, with some sacks of straw upon them for beds.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • There is a door to each room, the oak chairs are bright with rubbing, and the floor, though unplaned, is so clean that one might eat off it.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • Nor was it the solid, lofty structure, fifteen or twenty feet high, which art has been glorifying for a thousand years, but a rude gibbet of unplaned wood, roughly nailed together, barely eight feet high, and not too heavy for a strong man to carry on his shoulders.

    The Golden Chersonese and the way thither

  • No aching color of the sea and pride of supercilious people, but the reality of a round-bellied nickel alarm-clock on a shelf against a fuzzy unplaned pine wall, with a stiff gray wash-rag hanging above it and a kerosene-stove standing below.

    Main Street

  • Outside a shack built of poles and branches, at a table formed simply of three unplaned boards laid on a trestle stuck firmly into the ground, sat Rybin, all blackened, his shirt open at his breast,


  • I liked the musty smell of the attic and the feel of the unplaned floorboards.

    Wait Till Next Year

  • They were almost at the doorway when a ripple of flame flowed suddenly along the surface of a roofbeam, peeling off the unplaned surface in a flurry of sparks, and caught the coarse homespun curtain that served to shut out the cold wind when the doors were closed and the household home at night.

    The Virgin In The Ice

  • His tongue, like an unplaned splinter of wood, tore the roof of his mouth when he fought to make it speak.

    A Morbid Taste For Bones

  • The flume is of unplaned boards, rectangular, 2.67 wide × 2.83 deep, with an inclination of 32 feet per mile.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 455, September 20, 1884


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