unblended


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unblended

(ʌnˈblɛndɪd)
adj
not blended; unmixed
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Adj.1.unblended - not blended or mixed together
blended - combined or mixed together so that the constituent parts are indistinguishable

unblended

or unblent
adjective
Not diluted or mixed with other substances:
References in classic literature ?
Here, too, there was a store of fragrant olive oil, while casks of old, well-ripened wine, unblended and fit for a god to drink, were ranged against the wall in case Ulysses should come home again after all.
Forget 70s unblended blue shadow and go for a soft "spotlight" eye that will make any eye colour pop.
The loose-leaf, quality green teas that we find in the West are mostly unblended, imported from the origin countries, China, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia and Korea.
The whole leaf teas are unblended and offered as single varietals from designated origins within Greece.
Twenty-five years after the launch of Dilmah, its single-origin, unblended teas are now sold nearly 100 countries.
This intense cocoa is carefully selected for its exceptional range of fruity, aromatic and spicy characteristics, and painstakingly matched with unblended
99, and limited quantities of unblended estrus are $44.
Return soup to pot and stir in reserved unblended soup and 1 1/2 cups fava beans.
A design with 20 patients per doctor with simple doctor means would have a reliability of 71 percent, compared to 59 percent for 12 patients per doctor using unblended (BLUP) means.
2) Mallarme's response bears a close relationship to the Impressionist aim of recording sensations of light and movement in a harmonious arrangement of unblended brushstrokes.
Sweet wine, unblended, served Odysseus well in the escape with his companions from the Cyclops' cave during his epic return to Ithaca.
Refiners must blend ethanol into fuel to gain a credit, or buy a RIN to cover obligations under US renewable fuels policy for each gallon of unblended fuel they sell.