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  • adj. Not having been sprayed.


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un- +‎ sprayed


  • 'unsprayed' lawns, used to choke out all the other grass in the neighbourhood.

    Comments for Jack's Newswatch

  • The physical perfection of the apple has no impact on the taste, and while supermarkets have trained us to expect homogeneous and unblemished fruit, this is not how they grow, especially if unpruned, unthinned and unsprayed, as many family apple trees will be.

    Gardens: Apple glut

  • Simply fill a glass pitcher with fresh (unsprayed of course) lilac blossoms.

    Brigitte Mars: Lovely Lilacs with Brigitte Mars

  • Sometimes however the transgressions are much more severe, I remember one time at a farmers market where a farmer sold "natural unsprayed blueberries".

    Ashley Koff: You Say Organic, I Say Organic

  • By all means, use fresh leaves when you can get them, but make sure they come from unsprayed plants.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Gulkand is unsprayed, chemicals & pesticide free, of course! rose petals jam which is made in India.

    Rose Pudding

  • The lavender I used was from a friends (unsprayed, untreated) garden.


  • My daughter and her girlfriends all have this trick of making an impromptu bun with their long hair, quick as a wink, and it looks beautiful and unstudied (unsprayed!) and not at all as though they are trying to be miniature adults, which is how I look in so many of those pictures.

    Say Farewell To Pin Curls

  • Cemeteries can be real havens for wildlife, and increasingly they're having at least part left unsprayed and unmowed.

    Wheelchair Crip Goth goes visiting the cemetery

  • Of course, I've already prepaid a florist to order some unsprayed roses for cake adornment, as well as the exact same boutenier that Jason wore at the Canadian version of our wedding.

    Archive 2006-06-01


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