from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Containing no yeast; not leavened: an unraised doughnut.

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  • adj. Not having been raised.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not raised.
  • Not abandoned, as a siege.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. made without leavening


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un- +‎ raised


  • With the Republican Party these days, they're flailing so desperately in thin air that they're limited to birth certificates, calling something "stupid," misinterpreted statements, unraised taxes, and the government planning to kill you.

    Robert J. Elisberg: The Republican Lunatic Theory of the Week

  • As for "Worldfocus," "with staff and getting the show up, it's costing $10 million a year in unraised money, which means it's a big risk," noted the same former PBS staffer.

    A Big-Three Network Veteran

  • Forty-five minutes later, the field is down to 498, and Mike, thanks to a hand where he was allowed to limp into an unraised multiway pot from the little blind, holding only 7-4 suited, was able to triple up by flopping two pairs.


  • When the action comes to me the cutoff position last player to act before the button, in a thus-far unraised pot, I throw in the standard three-times-the-big-blind raise of $900.


  • Not long after we resume, with the blinds now $200 and $400 with a $50 ante, I limp into an unraised pot on his big blind from late position with 6-7 suited and get to see a cheap flop of 4-8-9.


  • On the other unraised hand, the "I'm your NC board member who's never made any effort to outreach to you" stamp is good for maybe? a few hundred votes in each NC area -- a few thousand citywide, at best.

    The Straw Man and Prop R

  • Needless to say, not a single hand remained unraised.

    The Banner Boy Scouts Afloat or, the Secret of Cedar Island

  • It was full of holes and at some places the bread had no appearance of having "come up," which is kitchen parlance for unraised bread.

    The Wonder Island Boys: Exploring the Island

  • If we remember the old use of choruses, which was to lift up and excite the fancy, we may well believe that he intended this flourishing Poet to act as a chorus, -- to be a "mighty whiffler," going before, elevating "the flat unraised spirits" of his auditory, and working on their "imaginary forces."

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 20, June, 1859

  • There will be women sitting on verandas in the cities and towns in the summer, knitting socks, or maybe crocheting edges on handkerchiefs, who would gladly be raising potatoes and chickens if they knew how to begin; and a corresponding number of chickens and potatoes will go unraised.

    The Next of Kin Those who Wait and Wonder


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