ADJECTIVE
  1. not changed in form or character for a purpose
  2. not having adapted to new conditions
    several unadjusted refugees
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How To Use unadapted In A Sentence

  • Stage history As its multiple early editions suggest, the play was popular before the Civil War (played at court in 1604 and in the 1630s), and it was revived in unadapted form soon after the Restoration in 1660.
  • CD artifacts are less likely with this configuration than when a quarter-wave plate is added to an unadapted CD machine.
  • You won't learn the subtleties of footwork and frequently repeated rocks will suffer erosion from dirty or unadapted shoes.
  • This strategy is especially useful for the discovery and transfer of valuable QTL alleles from unadapted donor lines into established elite breeding lines.
  • This unadapted edition of the libretto enables students to enjoy the language of one of France's cultural treasures.
  • Their house guests are hopelessly unadapted for this strange new environment, to great comic effect. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is an unadapted screenplay, though the original - straight and musical - was brilliant.
  • Beating and punishing this kind of crimes was stood out by setting up this crime solely. With the development of market economy, there are many unadapted places of this crime in judicial practice.
  • Smith's style has an agitated energy that is nicely extended to the Chalfens, but it is rather unadaptable, or at least unadapted to the book's more nuanced characters, who are seen in the same constant light.
  • The groups of population most at risk are those that are unadapted and exposed to much higher UV-B radiation levels than in their native locations.
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