uncoloured

[ UK /ʌnkˈʌləd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. without color
    pure water is uncolored
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How To Use uncoloured In A Sentence

  • Stir in shallot and stir-fry for 6-8 mins until soft but uncoloured. Times, Sunday Times
  • For this reason, wine professionals and keen amateurs prefer completely plain, uncoloured, unengraved, uncut glass, preferably as thin as is practicable to allow the palate to commune as closely as possible with the liquid.
  • Stir in the onion, garlic and thyme, cooking gently for about 8 minutes until soft but uncoloured. Times, Sunday Times
  • The parts that are both uncoloured and without any crosshatching are the subject of other claims with which we are not presently concerned.
  • This is usually left uncoloured, so may be called ‘white vinegar’.
  • By now the onion will be softened but uncoloured. Times, Sunday Times
  • 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.
  • The uncoloured portions are those in respect of which no claim is made, is that right?
  • Not only is the building constructed with uncoloured stone, but most of the monuments carved into the sides of the walls contain minimal decoration.
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