unstuffed

unstuffed

(ʌnˈstʌft)
adj
not stuffed; not filled with stuffing
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David tells Ofra that: "During the last weeks of his life that thing called his body was a kind of limp bag, an unstuffed taxidermized animal.
Containers are then unstuffed, inventory is segregated and managed to ensure First-In-First-Out System is applied, i.e.
Registration includes one unstuffed snowman, fluff to stuff, wishing star, loving heart, birth certificate and a take home bag.
This guide is for roasting a whole, unstuffed turkey.
A few unstuffed squiggly bits of baby squid required serious chewing.
References to it are naturally all the more frequent when an election is just round the corner, even though the pre-election cuisine has much more variety to it today than during the days when this particular type of naan was evolved at the tandoors from its basic, unstuffed version.
Although we aimed to make 1,200 sculptures, we managed over 1,600 stuffed and unstuffed crochet sculptures.
Gauge 18 sts and 30 rows = 4" in St st, unstuffed. For terms, abbreviations, and techniques you don't know, please visit our free online knitting glossary at www.interweave.com/ interweave-knitting-glossary.
"The Primitivism of the Fauves." Art History Unstuffed, www.arthistoryunstuffed.com/the-primitivism-of-the-fauves/.
Make sure your pup's collection includes toys that are hard, soft, rubbery, crackly, chewy, stuffed, unstuffed ...