unfortified

unfortified

(ʌnˈfɔːtɪfaɪd)
adj
1. (Military) military not made defensible by building walls, digging trenches, etc
2. (Brewing) (of wine) having had no spirits or alcohol added to it
Translations

unfortified

[ˈʌnˈfɔːtɪfaɪd] ADJno fortificado; [town] → abierto

unfortified

adj (Mil) → unbefestigt; (Tech) → nicht verstärkt; foodnicht angereichert
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The house, lived in by Lady Jane Grey and all her family, was the first unfortified house to be built of brick, eventually deserted in 1749 although the land belonged to the Earls of Stamford until it was purchased by Charles Bennion in 1928 when he gave the park to the people of Leicestershire in perpetuity.
Coventry once boasted the only unfortified royal palace outside London.
This contradicts Trade CS Peter Munya's earlier revelation that 58 had been discharged to the importers, even as questions hang around the clearance to import unfortified edible oil against the country's standards.
Some of these products are tyres, electric cables; LPG cylinders; lubricants; communication cables; unfortified sugar, etc.
Unfortified nut milks and oat milks are not recommended for babies, as they are too low in calories, and are missing other important nutrients including iodine and calcium.
citizens i c 20 sin It i fi It is claimed that construction firms in the south of Italy, colluding with the mafia for decades, used "unfortified cement".
(1) In some cases, this fortification has led to beans that contain twice as much iron as unfortified beans.
Groundwater is essential, indispensable and unfortified natural resource, which is not efficiently being exploited since the last few decades.
Benitez did sign the deep-lying midfielder he wanted in Mikel Merino, as well as the ball-playing centrehalf he desired in Lejeune, but the spine of his side remained unfortified in key areas.
Benitez did sign the deep-lying midfielder he wanted in Mikel Merino, as well as the ball-playing centre-half he desired in Lejeune, but the spine of his side remained unfortified in key areas.
Nor is unfortified cow's milk a good source of vitamin D (Schmid and Walther 2013), which is important as the subjects of this research lived in a dairy farming village and raw (unpasteurized) cow's milk was likely a staple weaning food.