unshelled

ADJECTIVE
  1. of animals or fruits that have no shell
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How To Use unshelled In A Sentence

  • In the first place, a scrub jay is usually not content to take just one unshelled peanut and fly off, if there is more than one peanut lying around.
  • The generous heap of crawfish were shelled (for the lazy eater), but the dish was topped with three whole unshelled crawfish (for the adventurous), which I amateurishly tore apart.
  • But they do like their peanuts unshelled and unsalted.
  • Edamame are delicious and come frozen shelled or unshelled - just pop into boiling water for a few minutes and enjoy.
  • I managed to grab a few packets of 1 oz servings of walnuts - that's about 7 whole, unshelled walnuts. Riva Greenberg: Health Care Advice: The Problem of Health Information Overload
  • The following weekend, we ate unshelled Cuban peanuts and drank post-colonial African beer. Soviet
  • Brazil nuts are sold both shelled and unshelled.
  • The prawns are fresh straight from the fishing nets, they were alive and cooked unshelled. Dhulap Delicacies « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1
  • But shoppers can avoid VAT altogether through some clever substitutions, according to grocery shopping comparison website mySupermarket. co.uk, such as swapping shelled salted nuts, which are liable for VAT, to unshelled salted nuts like monkey nuts and pistachios, which aren't. Budget: VAT rise will add £33 to average shopping basket
  • They're not picky about whether you plant them shelled or unshelled, as long as you don't damage the skin surrounding the nut.
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