[ UK /ʌndˈa‍ɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not artificially colored or bleached
    unbleached blonde hair
    undyed cotton
    her hair is uncolored
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How To Use undyed In A Sentence

  • His undyed, canvas colored clothing was torn and stained from playing in the forests and climbing trees.
  • His trousers were of moleskin; his boots reached almost to his knees; for head-covering he had the cheapest kind of undyed felt, its form exactly that of the old petasus. The Nether World
  • It was made of a heavy undyed material and fell over her hips.
  • Traditionally dyed a garish yellow nowadays increasingly eaten undyed .
  • Gothic house next to St. Joseph's, a trim little Gothic house covered with the oiled curls of an ampelopsis still undyed by autumn's henna. The Altar Steps
  • I just took an undyed ball and hoped it would pass off for ‘taupe’.
  • She doesn't like most of the polyester material here and often buys plain undyed muslin and dyes it with her batik dyes to get the colors she wants in cottons. A Great (Sewing) Notion
  • - There is now an undyed blue rose; a GM product with genes from petunias. Talk: Stewart Brand
  • Pale bales of leather, all undyed, were in shaggy rolls like giant pastry.
  • 200g skinless boneless undyed smoked haddock, from sustainable sources ? The Sun
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