unmoistened

unmoistened

(ʌnˈmɔɪsənd)
adj
not having been moistened
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Certain plum-puddings were to be eaten by his Friends and Children in another Hall first; and, at a given signal, Friends and Children flocking in among their Friends and Fathers, were to form a family assemblage, with not one manly eye therein unmoistened by emotion.
Sandwich unmoistened pitas between moistened pitas and wrap stack tightly in lightly greased heavy-duty aluminum foil; set aside.
(1.1.15-19) But now his death to memory doth call The tender love that he to Mariam bare, And mine to him; this makes those rivers fall, Which by another thought unmoistened are.
The poignancy of the photographs of Hassan and glowing tributes paid to him can leave no heart unmoved, no eye unmoistened by tears.
The scene of sensibility also affects the other visitors: 'except the keeper's, there was not an unmoistened eye around her' (p.
Put the remaining water into the bottom of the bowl to pick up unmoistened particles.
Approximately half the sites were also sampled again with unmoistened dry swabs to compare the sampling efficiency of dry swabs to wet swabs and other techniques.
Her lips remain unmoistened. She is all measurement and precision today.
Based on laboratory studies (Wright 1931, Sampson 1944, Sweeney 1956, Keeley 1987, etc.), heat tolerance of unmoistened seed for a 5-min duration is similar among chaparral species.