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  • adj. Not swollen.


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un- +‎ swollen


  • They seemed new, their edges unswollen by the abuse of many fingers as they sat in a neat, flat brick.


  • The cause of the swelling is not encapsulated like a cyst—the edges simply fuse into unswollen tissue all around.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • The poet moved awkwardly, like a man gout-plagued, but his joints, so far as Maati could make them out within the brown robes, were unswollen.

    A Shadow in Summer

  • When it started to unswollen, when I opened my mouth the feeling it had was like if my jaw was dislocating.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - My face hole

  • Starch grains swollen to the bursting point with water or heat, such as those in a boiled or baked potato, are more easily digested than the relatively unswollen starch grains found in brown rice.

    Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy

  • Arskane made no move, but his one unswollen eye calmly measured the High Chief with a control Fors admired.

    Daybreak 2250 AD

  • As the direction of this hernia is immediately from behind forwards, the inguinal canal near the internal ring is found empty, unswollen.

    Surgical Anatomy

  • Her storm of tears had left her eyes unswollen, but shadowy and unusually melting, while her face, as white as paper, was the face of one who had been face to face with a horrible death.

    The Halo

  • In two weeks the joint should be unswollen enough that I can restart strengthening exercises and get more Triamcinolone in the other shoulder, without needing surgery or therapy.

    How Now Brownpau

  • While you're at it, go ahead and subscribe to me, it'll do wonders for my unswollen Scottish ego.

    a Brit different


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