unseasoned

[ UK /ʌnsˈiːzənd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not aged or processed
    unseasoned timber
  2. without salt or seasoning
  3. not tried or tested by experience
    still untested in battle
    a young hand at plowing
    an illustrator untried in mural painting
    unseasoned artillery volunteers
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How To Use unseasoned In A Sentence

  • The unseasoned oak used by Heritage is sourced from managed woodlands in France and Russia and the timber is prepared in the UK using a mix of new technology and traditional skills.
  • New structures built with unseasoned wood should air-dry one month before finishing.
  • The breaded and fried golden calamari main dish passes the test when it comes to texture and, like the chicken, is unseasoned except for a dash of salt - nothing too fancy.
  • The vegetable version fared much better, with crisp green beans and other tender veggies used in place of some unseasoned ground beef and cubes of ham.
  • For the unseasoned occasional voyager west of the Humber River the trip to Toronto is in and of itself, daunting.
  • To the unseasoned eye it all looked a bit mad but it's just the way things are done, the way of tradition.
  • This was created to provide contest experience for the unseasoned but competitive Wahine.
  • Since new, unseasoned lumber is particularly susceptible to mildew, avoid using it whenever possible.
  • The Allies were attempting to defend frontages in the Ardennes that caused each division to cover about 20 miles with unseasoned troops.
  • Combined with the unseasoned spinach, the dish shifted from dull to unpleasantly boring.
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