uncrushed

uncrushed

(ʌnˈkrʌʃt)
adj
intact or not crushed
References in classic literature ?
- some faint germs of indefinite hopes were beginning to rise in my mind; not that I intended to cherish them, after all that had been said on the subject, but there they must lie for a while, uncrushed though not encouraged, till I had learnt to live without them.
The ice cream has to be kept cold, the chips uncrushed, the tomatoes selected carefully.
Al-Beitawi and El-Ghousein [32] and Ismail [33] stated that supplementing the diets with various levels of crushed or uncrushed BC did not influence any of the carcass traits in broilers.
We have seen that only contestants who are godfathers (or who have godfathers) came back with their heads uncrushed. The ones who naively thought we are in a democracy are broken, in debts and in ruins.
In medieval times this gravity-harvested honey from removed but uncrushed comb was regarded as the best quality, and called "life" or "virgin" honey.
The coarse aggregates were uncrushed and they come in varied shapes.
Next on the block is Crushed Butler, whose LP Uncrushed (on Radiation) is billed as "Previously Unreleased British Punk from the Underground 1969-71." My verdict?
Al-Attar [60] studied the shrinkage behavior of conventional concrete by considering crushed and uncrushed gravel aggregate.
The mix proportion includes 380 kg/m Portland cement, 190 kg/[m.sup.3] water (w/c = 0.5), 780 kg/[m.sup.3] uncrushed sand (fine aggregate), and 1080 kg/[m.sup.3] crushed granite (coarse aggregate) with a maximum aggregate size of 20 mm.
4, metal crush box structures undergo buckling deformation, as a result of which the structure is not completely crushed, and the uncrushed section impinges on the crush space.