Definitions

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  • adj. Not having been sifted.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not sifted; not separated by a sieve. Not critically examined; untried.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ sifted

Examples

  • The true graham cracker is made withgraham flour, which is unsifted and coarsely ground wheat flour.

    Graham cracker | clusterflock

  • Measure out the flour (unsifted) by leveling off dry measuring cups, and add the flour to large bowl.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Nelson's work is as filled with unsifted layers of association as it is with the physical evidence of unlived lives.

    Venice Biennale: Mike Nelson's British Pavilion – review

  • As a result, I encountered something rare in Shakespeare studies: archival material that was unsifted and in some cases unknown.

    "Contested Will"

  • As Maggie Jackson puts it, We are allowing ourselves to be ever-more entranced by the unsifted trivia of life.

    The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working

  • Careful readers will continue to be faced with the task of separating wheat from chaff in both editorial authority and unsifted opinion.

    Late to the Party,

  • But the real distinction is not between paper and bloggers; it's between editorial authority and unsifted opinion.

    Late to the Party,

  • However, the sheer volume of unsifted opinion provided by the net increases the magnitude and sometimes the urgency of that task enormously.

    Late to the Party,

  • Was there information that might have warned of the September 11 attacks -- information that went unsifted and untranslated?

    War, The Health Of The State

  • But make people pay for every kilo of unsifted waste left at the door, he suggests, and a new era of recycling will be born.

    Finding Gold in Your Trash

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