[ UK /ʌnblˈiːt‍ʃt/ ]
  1. not artificially colored or bleached
    unbleached blonde hair
    undyed cotton
    her hair is uncolored
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  • If, for example, much of your net worth were invested in McDonald's, you'd be unlikely to protest a new store opening in your neighborhood of be as eager for the company to use unbleached paper if it impacted earnings.
  • Customers may select from an extensive range of premium quality veneers, unbleached for a natural appearance, and two marquetry options: picture frame and contemporary crossbanding. Autoblog
  • unbleached blonde hair
  • The covers are made with unbleached and uncoloured fabric and are thoroughly tested for harmful substances.
  • The covers are made with unbleached and uncoloured fabric and are thoroughly tested for harmful substances.
  • Stonyfield added a ninth flavor, Creme Caramel, and made the switch from plastic to lightweight, unbleached paper pints bearing new, bolder graphics.
  • As he walked a little farther into the room he looked at the two beanbag shaped chairs made of unbleached cotton canvas which were placed on either side of the table and then he went over and sat in one.
  • Re-strain through fine wire mesh or unbleached muslin cloth.
  • A good specimen of myrtle, or candleberry wax, accompanied by candles made from it in the crude unbleached state in New Brunswick, was shown at the Great Exhibition. The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom Considered in Their Various Uses to Man and in Their Relation to the Arts and Manufactures; Forming a Practical Treatise & Handbook of Reference for the Colonist, Manufacturer, Merchant, and Consumer, o
  • He would stare dumfounded at the erudite personage at the head of the class; Leander's bare feet were always carefully adjusted to a crack between the puncheons of the floor, literally "toeing the mark"; his broad trousers, frayed out liberally at the hem, revealed his skinny and scarred little ankles, for his out-door adventures were not without a record upon the more impressionable portions of his anatomy; his waistband was drawn high up under his shoulder-blades and his ribs, and girt over the shoulders of his unbleached cotton shirt by braces, which all his learning did not prevent him from calling "galluses"; his cut, scratched, calloused hands were held stiffly down at the side seams in his nether garments in strict accordance with the regulations. The Moonshiners At Hoho-Hebee Falls 1895
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