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  • adjective Not sanded (abraded or cleaned).

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

  • adjective used of wood and furniture

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Examples

  • It's an intriguing puzzle box of a novel with a few edges left unsanded.

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  • The struts and beams are rough, unsanded, like parts of a barn.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • The struts and beams are rough, unsanded, like parts of a barn.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • The struts and beams are rough, unsanded, like parts of a barn.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • Liesl Schillinger on another collection of short stories, The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards by Robert Boswell: Boswell inlays smooth, polished judgments into unsanded models of working-class and middle-class lives, setting off aspects of the characters' makeup that they could not or would not reveal themselves ...

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  • The unsanded grout should be fine on smaller pieces of work and is easier to apply.

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  • Buy a quart of flat black paint or any other color that you like and add 2 tablespoons of unsanded tile grout per cup of paint.

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  • Liesl Schillinger on another collection of short stories, The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards by Robert Boswell: Boswell inlays smooth, polished judgments into unsanded models of working-class and middle-class lives, setting off aspects of the characters' makeup that they could not or would not reveal themselves ...

    Shelfari:

  • Venice's tourist organization, La Azienda Di Promozione Turistica, publishes an interesting quarterly magazine called Leo, which, rather than the usual species of unsanded commerical boosterism one might expect from a tourist board publication, can be smart and surprising.

    Veniceblog:

  • Venice's tourist organization, La Azienda Di Promozione Turistica, publishes an interesting quarterly magazine called Leo, which, rather than the usual species of unsanded commerical boosterism one might expect from a tourist board publication, can be smart and surprising.

    Leo: The Magazine about Venice

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