unstirred


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unstirred

(ʌnˈstɜːd)
adj
1. (Cookery) (of liquids or particulate matter) not stirred or beaten (as with a spoon)
2. (of emotions) not stirred or moved; undisturbed
3. (of physical objects) not moved; undisturbed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unstirred - not agitated by stirringunstirred - not agitated by stirring; "the ingredients sat in the bowl unstirred while she buttered the pan"
unagitated - not physically disturbed or set in motion

unstirred

adjective
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His brother seated himself under a bush, arranging his tackle, while Levin led the horse away, fastened him up, and walked into the vast gray-green sea of grass unstirred by the wind.
So for a moment we remained, while I stared about me and saw that the drawn curtains were unstirred and the window tight.
Of what an endless weight of gloom they bear, I pause, unstirred, and wait for his commands.
But that night, when Marilla went to bed, acutely and miserably conscious that the little gable room at the end of the hall was untenanted by any vivid young life and unstirred by any soft breathing, she buried her face in her pillow, and wept for her girl in a passion of sobs that appalled her when she grew calm enough to reflect how very wicked it must be to take on so about a sinful fellow creature.
A sweeter secret nestled deeper in my heart; one full of tenderness and as full of strength: it took the sting out of Hunsden's sarcasm; it kept me unbent by shame, and unstirred by wrath.
Whatever the scepticism and speculation about the origins of the one million dollars it is claimed Ozgurgun withdrew from his account in the space of two days in 2017,and despite the numerous social media postings by leading opposition politicians drawing attention to this, the traditional UBP base remains unshaken and unstirred.
Additional limitations of Caco-2 absorption experiments include the smaller tight junctions and a 10-fold thicker unstirred water layer compared with the in vivo situation (Hubatsch et al.
The Heckler can reveal the PM - noticeably short of cool celebrity fans - left the James Bond star, below, unstirred when she first had aides approach him.
The reasons for Mickey's father settling in a remote corner of South America shortly after the war are as cloudy as the coffee produced on La Victoria and possibly a story best left unstirred.
The FSP samples for microstructural characterization were cut from the unstirred, shoulder stirred and pin-stirred zone of the plate.
Limited Tenders are invited for Unstirred Water Bath
Therefore, epibionts are likely to disrupt gas exchange by (i) increasing the thickness of the unstirred layers through which oxygen must diffuse, and (ii) directly consuming oxygen themselves.