unmatted

unmatted

(ʌnˈmætɪd)
adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (of a framed picture) without a mat
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Matting agents UP14.5 and UP10.0 performed the strongest and demonstrated the best clarity, compared to the unmatted benchmark.
He put his face into a patch of fur unmatted by blood, closed his eyes and drew in a deep breath.
His coat was thick and unmatted and he had the rounded shape that comes from good feeding.
Maintain a clean, unmatted, soil-free coat through brushing, bathing, and occasional clipping.
Most will be sold unframed and unmatted, and the majority are monotypes or pastel paintings.
It's not as if you need socks, I mean if it was a tie, I could understand a bit more, at least that would show, but socks, why socks?" Useless to try to explain, James knew; sitting, head bowed with shame, clutching the socks, because they were a luxury, precisely because they didn't show, because only he knew that they were there on his feet; expensive, smooth, unmatted from getting in with the nappies.