unheated

[ UK /ʌnhˈiːtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not having been heated or warmed
    unwarmed rolls
    an unheated room
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How To Use unheated In A Sentence

  • It was a long, dark, and very cold night, but officers finally found him, shivering and chattering in an unheated outhouse, his frozen bare feet wrapped up in toilet paper.
  • There were two portents that truly depressed Parlabane in this world, and one was anything that suggested deep water - unheated, unchlorinated and unattached to a changing suite and a lounge bar - would be featuring on the day's agenda. Be My Enemy
  • By cool room temperature I mean an unheated castle in the English countryside in December.
  • Never run frost-free refrigerators with freezer compartments in unheated areas with air temperature below 60 F. unless specially designed for such conditions.
  • She remembered the sittings for "The Eve of St. Agnes" 1863—composed in the bleak December small hours in an unheated room—as "the severest task she ever undertook. A Far From Model Marriage
  • Air also enters the living space from other unheated parts of the house, such as attics, basements, or crawl spaces.
  • If you store it in unheated garage or shed, condensation is a concern. Fall chores that'll have you singing the mow better blues come spring
  • The son of a small rural freeholder, a failed seminarian and ex-economics professor, Salazar ran the country from a sparsely furnished, unheated office. The Capital of Intrigue in a World at War
  • He always lived in strangers' unheated woodsheds and in return would herd their geese and cows.
  • Living in a bare floored, unheated cell with a bed of straw, she spent her days rising at 5.00 am.
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