uncleaned

uncleaned

(ʌnˈkliːnd)
adj
not cleaned; that has not been cleaned
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I'm using the uncleaned green one as I like to cook in a savoury way to offer my vegetarian clientele a good variety in my menu.
The penalty is also for the road lanes - at over 5% of the uncleaned area nothing is paid.
The students and teachers are drinking water coming from a tank which is not properly covered and is uncleaned from the last 10 years.
Approximately 17 inches long, 2 1/2 inches wide, 3/8" thick, each kukri comes with original scabbard and will be shipped uncleaned and each may have small defects in the wood grip.
We suffer from an appalling lack of road maintenance, uncleaned drains, closure of our children's play schemes and have an out-ofcontrol planning department hell bent on supporting out of town developers to build on any back garden or available green area, with a determination to turn our city into a Coronation Street.
Deputies said the house had uncleaned vomit and feces on furniture.
Only in the cooler and more humid forest, three times as many cleaned eggs hatched as did uncleaned ones, the researchers report in an upcoming Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B.
In general, Professor Moskowitz's photos are drawn from the Alinari archives, sometimes showing examples in their uncleaned condition.
Unsorted and uncleaned mixtures of waste plastics with up to 25% paper, metal, or glass may seem like junk, but they're prime feedstock for a proprietary ambient-temperature recycling process developed by Innovative Recycling Corp.
Passengers have had to endure long waits in airports, uncleaned cabins, broken seat belts, and cups of water as the only in-flight refreshment.
The place now looks like a bomb-site of uncleaned litter.