unrinsed

unrinsed

(ʌnˈrɪnst)
adj
(of dishes, utensils, etc) not rinsed or washed with water
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I couldn't go back in until I'd calmed down, unrinsed shampoo dripping into my eyes.
She'd trip over his dress shoes beside the couch in the morning, probably find his ice cream bowl in the sink, unrinsed, if he bothered with a bowl at all.
For instance, he reuses his non-synthetic pig-bristle paintbrushes by placing them, unrinsed, in Ziploc bags in the freezer (oil paint won't freeze) until he's ready to use the particular paint color again.
Sludge removal, in comparison, emerged as a significant predictor in the two final models at 90 and 120 days (and marginal significance at 30 and 60 days), with the odds of developing shell disease being greater in rinsed lobsters compared with the unrinsed lobsters.
We were flooded out during a storm, half the guests went down with dysentery, the bed sheets were so glazed with unrinsed soap you risked slipping straight out again if you got in too quickly, the food was rank, the woman in the next room complained of death watch beetle and Brummie Bill wouldn't stop singing Delilah.
1 pound unrinsed bay scallops, membranes removed if attached (or 1 pound fish fillet, such as halibut)
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 large eggs, separated 2 cups buttermilk 1/4 cup butter, melted 1 cup each rinsed fresh or unrinsed frozen blueberries and raspberries (see notes) Maple syrup
Turns out the Lodge has installed a new water softener, and that housekeeping lets glasses sit unrinsed before washing, sometimes for hours.
Store unrinsed greens in plastic bags in the refrigerator until needed.
Per serving (recipe made with tomatoes, unrinsed conned beans, 1 tsp.
He had much to accomplish in the dire brevity of his life and sometimes sped on, careless of his unrinsed brushes and grimy palette.
Tumultuous come with teeming sweetness to the bitter shore tidelong unrinsed and midday parched and numb with expectation.