Definitions

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  • adjective Not spiked.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ spiked

Examples

  • If you find yourself in the same boat, or want to whip up a really fantastic batch of pancakes, just start by measuring equal amounts of unspiked coquito and pancake mix into a bowl.

    Daisy’s Holiday Cooking

  • Set on its task of mindless pollination, the plane settled over the single unspiked section of a plant to my right.

    Burning Brightly

  • Stick with the unspiked eggnog and prepare to smile tolerantly at the humiliating antics that may be going on around you.

    Ho Ho Ho, I Swear!!

  • The screen changed again, to show one unspiked end of the huge structure rising open for them, revealing a portal that could have swallowed twenty starships side by side.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • The screen changed again, to show one unspiked end of the huge structure rising open for them, revealing a portal that could have swallowed twenty starships side by side.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • The screen changed again, to show one unspiked end of the huge structure rising open for them, revealing a portal that could have swallowed twenty starships side by side.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • The screen changed again, to show one unspiked end of the huge structure rising open for them, revealing a portal that could have swallowed twenty starships side by side.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • The artillery itself was turned on the fugitives, who had left the ammunition undestroyed as well as the guns unspiked.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 55, No. 344, June, 1844

  • This fire was followed by a fusillade from the horsemen and a minute later the engine, striking an unspiked rail, rolled completely over into the ditch, wrenching itself clear from the express car, which, after bumping over the ties for several seconds, suddenly ceased its antics and glided smoothly along.

    The Broncho Rider Boys with Funston at Vera Cruz Or, Upholding the Honor of the Stars and Stripes

  • When the troops ceased firing (and if O'Brien had left one gun unspiked they must have done a great deal of mischief to our boats), the commanding officer came up to O'Brien, and looking at him, said,

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 06 — Fiction

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