undissolved

ADJECTIVE
  1. retaining a solid form
    undissolved sugar in the bottom of the cup
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How To Use undissolved In A Sentence

  • Champagne corks are held in place, against the force of the pressure of undissolved gas inside the bottle, by a wire muzzle.
  • Filtration takes undissolved particulates out of the water.
  • A few gripes do jump out from the correspondence: dishwasher powder left undissolved and weak grease-cutting agents.
  • Saturation of a solution is also defined as the point where the solution is in equilibrium with the undissolved solute.
  • Add 3 ozs. of hydrosulphite solution stirring carefully, let it stand for 20 minutes; this renders harmless any undissolved oxygen. Vegetable Dyes Being a Book of Recipes and Other Information Useful to the Dyer
  • I just went to get a load of washing out of the machine and the whole load is still dry, still dirty, and the washing powder undissolved.
  • Tearing the wrapper, thankfully intact and seemingly undissolved, off a chocolate bar she began to eat it. MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
  • The glossy appearance of wheaten corn flour is from the fact that in ordinary flour the gluten remains undissolved and does not transmit light.
  • A saturated solution can be identified by visual inspection if it contains undissolved solute.
  • A portion of the black specimen being dissolved in carbon disulphide there remained undissolved merely a trace of a very pale yellow matter which seemed to be amorphous phosphorus. Scientific American Supplement, No. 360, November 25, 1882
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