uncarved


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uncarved

(ʌnˈkɑːvd)
adj
1. (Cookery) (of food) not carved or carved up
2. (Art Terms) not carved ornamentally; free from carving
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Adj.1.uncarved - not carveduncarved - not carved        
carved, carven - made for or formed by carving (`carven' is archaic or literary); "the carved fretwork"; "an intricately carved door"; "stood as if carven from stone"
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Be it emotions or relationships of love, friendship, or family, each human connection begins from the unknown like an uncarved rock, lacking defined or organized shape.
Uncarved pumpkins can stay looking good for months, and you can even spray paint them a different color if orange doesn't go with your holiday color scheme.
Goosebumps 2 might not be a terrifying mess, but it's about as frightening as an uncarved pumpkin.
Goosebumps 2 might not be a terrifying mess but it's about as frightening as an uncarved pumpkin.
Pu [phrase omitted] (simplicity) is associated with the image of the uncarved block in the ancient texts of Daoism, suggesting the limitless potential that a child is born with.
"Perhaps, like paint in a tube or a slab of uncarved marble, food without context is not art."
At others, an uncarved stone is worshipped in place of the stolen god.
And after a lot of research, I'm no longer obsessed with consuming stacks of protein anyway.) My mum's used to me demolishing her amazing pork dinners, and trying to eat most of the salty crackling on the uncarved joint and she couldn't believe I'd make it a week without an omelette.
(7) Although Daoism employs multiple models of the Dao (water, the Uncarved Block, the Female, the Valley, and the Newborn Child, (8) the plant-model deserves to be included as well.
This relation is vividly crystalized in the analogy of utensils and uncarved block of wood.
By contrast, leaving people in their natural state, "dull" like an unpolished gem or uncarved block, leaves them happier, less clever, and thus easier to govern.
Rarely was a whole tusk preserved uncarved, and on the few occasions when this occurred the intention was usually to retain the memory of a great royal elephant (Groner and Sailer 1998; Ringis 1996:124).