unplucked


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unplucked

(ʌnˈplʌkt)
adj
not plucked
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I wanted the funked slither, the one or two unplucked hairs of it, I wanted what it may have whimpered about nooses and first, fumbling sex.
In Syria today oranges, apples, pomegranates, persimmons and other fruits and some vegetables lie unplucked and even rotting.
Kayts police has unceremoniously unplucked the venerated Vale reflecting to Lord Muruga, from the Temple Sanctum.
Bushy or unbushy, plucked or unplucked, arched or unarched - these say more about you, your personality and beauty routine than anything else.
The unplucked apple, the beloved just out of touch, the meaning not quite attained, are desirable objects of knowledge.
Mother-of-two Cotton, 34, had posted a picture of herself with "no make-up, greasy hair, tired mum eye bags, bottom brace, unplucked brows" to "celebrate my imperfections and embrace it all" and reject the "way out of control" Photoshopping of pictures.
Now, admittedly, all traditions have to start somewhere, and I cannot imagine the distress of the first Yuletide cook faced with an unplucked turkey, or the first hospitalised child faced with Noel Edmonds, but the best ones, the ones that stick, are the ones which take Christmas seriously.
Indeed, Salma, described by her grandmother as "an unplucked fruit left to rot" because of her unmarried status at thirty, writes an anonymous, popular and highly didactic blog entitled, "The Jordanian Spinster.
30pm - Tony roper: i'll No Tell You Again lTuesday, 6pm - Michelle Mone: My Fight to the Top lWednesday, 6pm - Bill Oddie: Unplucked lThursday, 7.
By now, his ukulele probably needs restringing because it has remained unplucked for so long.