unpampered

unpampered

(ʌnˈpæmpəd)
adj
not pampered
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A fellow trolley pusher here is a gaunt little woman, her complexion screaming for a good moisturiser, her lankily sparse hair too long unpampered.
In contrast, the regulatory proteins in unpampered rats stay high, and the abundance of hormone receptors remains low.
For a charming yet, totally unpampered stay, the Hidden Valley Inn (www.
The worst offenders, according to the survey, are the Scots, those living in the north of the country, and East Anglia, where as many as 76 per cent of people remain unpampered by their partners.
A classic tale of an unpampered juvenile exile within his family coping outwardly as best he could was Jules Renard's beloved Little Redhead (1894).