unswallowed

unswallowed

(ʌnˈswɒləʊd)
adj
not swallowed
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Expressive sips of what made them poor, were not wanting; the tax for the state, the tax for the church, the tax for the lord, tax local and tax general, were to be paid here and to be paid there, according to solemn inscription in the little village, until the wonder was, that there was any village left unswallowed.
EARLIER this week, viewers of ITV's Good Morning Britain were treated to the deeply unedifying sight of resident controversialist presenter Piers Morgan chewing Greggs the baker's new vegan sausage roll before emptying the unswallowed specimen into a conveniently placed bin.
Earlier this week, viewers of ITV's Good Morning Britain were treated to the deeply unedifying sight of resident controversialist presenterPiers Morganchewing Greggs the baker's new vegan sausage roll before emptying the unswallowed specimen into a conveniently placed bin.
She was purportedly so malnourished and dehydrated that she was unable to properly chew her food for several days, leading to bacteria in her mouth and throat from unswallowed food particles which may have precipitated a septic condition.
They're perfect.' She had to push the words past unswallowed tears.
Both girls said this hardly seemed fair for two unswallowed Midols, but they're just kids.
(102) The Novascotian, 10 December 1840, commented regarding the reduction of whiskey consumed at a fair in Ireland: "How much of confusion, and quarrelling, of profane swearing, and loss of time, and of evils, was avoided by leaving the difference between 8 gallons and 8 puncheons unswallowed"; for selective policy, see Acheson, Saint John, 146.
Perhaps the real issue of local contest after the Java War was Islam, the "unswallowed lump", and not the pre-determined question of Dutch power.(11)