unchilled

unchilled

(ʌnˈtʃɪld)
adj
not chilled
References in classic literature ?
So he gave his face up to hilarity, unchilled by moral judgments.
I was prompted to plan ahead after having my marrow resolutely unchilled by last week's ECHO story about reported ghostly goings-on at the former Garlands venue, on Eberle Street, now renamed the Brickworks club.
Maximum bar for LMC was observed from Aas--2011with 10-5 M SNP primed samples followed by same M SNP primed Lasani and 10-4 M SNP primed Aas-2011 in chilled GC whereas smallest bar for LMC was revealed from 10-4 M SNP primed Narc-2011 in unchilled GC.
It also helps ensure that the investigator can obtain witnesses' unchilled testimony.
An unchilled egg custard pie will be less firm than a chilled one.
In contrast, because myriad benign acts remain unchilled, inevitably some will enter the legal system, and, even though most result in exoneration, some generate liability.
I predict future generations will be amazed that we got along with unchilled, tepid water coming out of our "cold" faucet.
In times past (and in other countries), cheese makers used very fresh unchilled raw milk.
Unchilled air from outside the datacenter is forced across components and then vented outside as it heats up.
Uninsulated air-ring hoses heat up the air before it reaches the air ring, even if unchilled air is used.