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  • adj. Not warmed

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  • adj. not having been heated or warmed


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un- +‎ warmed


  • Unwashed, unwarmed, his clothing wet with sweat, he slept another night in the canvas.


  •  Wind unwarmed by proximity to pleasant thoughts sears my exposed flesh.

    I'm Writing

  • In winter, with her cold canals and wet alleys, deep rains and dense mists, her huge, unwarmed palaces, and her bare, draughty hotels, she is a veritable wet place of punishment.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

  • Ice is not seen in the town, but may frequently be met with, it is said, on Jabal Ohod; fires are lighted in the houses during winter, and palsies attack those who at this season imprudently bathe in unwarmed water.

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • The children grew up healthy, but unwarmed and rather rigid.

    The Prussian Officer and Other Stories

  • But there is nothing so cold as an unwarmed steel warship in the winter seas.

    Castles of Steel

  • The air was cold and still, unwarmed by the sun, unstirred by the wind.


  • The main hall, which had a higher roof than the oth - ers and was completely surrounded by a gallery which ran around it well above the floor, fairly close to the room, was chilly and unwarmed.

    The Bane of The Black Sword

  • But their journey, packed in these unwarmed and unsanitary cars was so much better than what exiles had endured before the railroad was built, that one can hardly make a comparison.

    Birdseye Views of Far Lands

  • After she found that his lodgings were unwarmed, she invited him to share her fireside of a winter evening; and, though she would not deprive us of our chat with one another and with her, she taught us to speak in low tones, and never to him, when we saw him at his studies.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 109, November, 1866


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