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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So for a moment we remained, while I stared about me and saw that the drawn curtains were unstirred and the window tight.
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.
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.
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.
Even the phlegmatic Ferrari driver had to admit, in his own unshaken and unstirred manner, that the spectacular first lap pile-up with Fernando Alonso's McLaren was 'not ideal'.
The decrease in density compared with that of the unstirred control paint sample was regarded as the amount of foam generated.
To evaluate the membrane performance in terms of fouling, four sets of experiments were conducted with four different UF membranes, that is, PAN-zero additive, PEG 400 at 4, 8, and 12 wt% in batch unstirred mode.
UNSTIRRED A fit looking Sir Sean tees off on golf course near his Bahamas home
Most biogas digesters in these countries are made out of bricks, concrete or plastic composite, and are unheated and unstirred (simple biogas digesters).
Unstirred within, the Sargasso Sea has exceptional clarity, with visibility often approaching 200 feet.
Shaken but unstirred, the 21-year-old will officially be crowned champion for the second time in three years at the eighth and final stop in Beijing later this week.