unseasoned


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un·sea·soned

 (ŭn-sē′zənd)
adj.
1. Lacking experience and the knowledge gained from it; inexperienced.
2.
a. Inadequately aged or seasoned; not ripe or mature: unseasoned wood.
b. Having no added seasoning: unseasoned meat and carrots.

unseasoned

(ʌnˈsiːzənd)
adj
1. (of persons) not sufficiently experienced: unseasoned troops.
2. not matured or seasoned: unseasoned timber.
3. (Cookery) (of food) not flavoured with seasoning
unˈseasonedness n

un•sea•soned

(ʌnˈsi zənd)

adj.
1. (of things) not matured, dried, etc., by due seasoning: unseasoned wood.
2. (of persons) not inured to a climate, work, etc.; inexperienced: an unseasoned crew.
3. (of food) not flavored with seasoning.
[1575–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unseasoned - not aged or processedunseasoned - not aged or processed; "unseasoned timber"
seasoned - aged or processed; "seasoned wood"
2.unseasoned - without salt or seasoningunseasoned - without salt or seasoning    
tasteless - lacking flavor
3.unseasoned - not tried or tested by experience; "unseasoned artillery volunteers"; "still untested in battle"; "an illustrator untried in mural painting"; "a young hand at plowing"
inexperienced, inexperient - lacking practical experience or training

unseasoned

adjective
Lacking experience and the knowledge gained from it:
Translations

unseasoned

[ˈʌnˈsiːznd] ADJno sazonado

unseasoned

adj timbernicht abgelagert; foodungewürzt; (fig, = inexperienced) troopsunerfahren, unerprobt

unseasoned

[ʌnˈsiːznd] adj (food) → scondito/a; (timber) → non stagionato/a (fig) (inexperienced) → inesperto/a
References in classic literature ?
The heated shells of these green unseasoned tenements gave out a pungent odor of scorching wood and resin.
The Ripley gunners, unseasoned artillery volunteers who ought never to have been placed in such a position, fired one wild, premature, ineffectual volley, and bolted on horse and foot through the deserted village, while the Martian, without using his Heat-Ray, walked serenely over their guns, stepped gin- gerly among them, passed in front of them, and so came unexpectedly upon the guns in Painshill Park, which he destroyed.
Branches of pines and hemlocks were stuck in each of the fissures that offered in the unseasoned and hastily completed woodwork of both the building and its furniture; while festoons and hieroglyphics met the eye in vast profusion along the brown sides of the scratch-coated walls.
Kester was an old bachelor and reputed to have stockings full of coin, concerning which his master cracked a joke with him every pay-night: not a new unseasoned joke, but a good old one, that had been tried many times before and had worn well.
Some few who had no music in their souls, or no money in their pockets, dawdled about; and the old spectacle of the visitor-wife and the depressed unseasoned prisoner still lingered in corners, as broken cobwebs and such unsightly discomforts draggle in corners of other places.
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1/3 cup each canola oil and unseasoned rice vinegar
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These strengths are moderated by the downside risks to the bank's asset quality, owing to its high credit concentrations combined with a relatively unseasoned financing book, following a rapid growth over the recent years.
The rich sauce was a perfect foil to the unseasoned greens and the perfectly cooked squid.
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