[ UK /ʌnstˈɜːd/ ]
  1. not agitated by stirring
    the ingredients sat in the bowl unstirred while she buttered the pan
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How To Use unstirred In A Sentence

  • These augmented concentrations of CO 2 can be expected to support some photosynthesis but are not sufficiently large to compensate for the suppressing effects of slow diffusion and unstirred boundary layers.
  • Carlos would like nothing more than to go to Idaho and live in a cabin and swim beneath the sky each morning in some glacial tarn, a pond so cold and clean and unstirred it would stop his heart just to step into it.
  • Vapour concentrations within these unstirred layers depend on the vapour pressure of the compound in question and on its affinity to the lipoid surface layers of the leaf (cuticular waxes, cutin).
  • The unstirred layer in a well-mixed solution is reported to be around 10 m, while in more natural conditions or around bulky organs the unstirred layer can vary between 20-500 m.
  • This minimized the thickness of external unstirred layers.
  • Root segments fixed to the probe were bathed in aerated nutrient solution (the same composition as that used for growth in hydroponic culture) which circulated along the roots to avoid problems with external unstirred layers.
  • A small pump was employed to mix the external solution in order to equalize the distribution of HDO in the external medium and to minimize the thickness of the unstirred layers.
  • Root segments fixed to the probe were bathed in nutrient solution circulated along the roots to avoid problems with unstirred layers.
  • I know it is possible to mix these cakes in the tin, but I never do, because I like the ritual of lining a cake tin and I'm also worried I'm not going to mix properly and there'll be a big lump of unstirred flour in there when I take it out.
  • Since diffusion through this layer is the rate-limiting step in the intestinal absorption of many nutrients, the mucosal muscle, by stirring this otherwise unstirred layer of fluid, may have a critical place in nutrition.
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