untasted

[ UK /ʌntˈe‍ɪstɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. still full
    an untouched cocktail in her hand
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How To Use untasted In A Sentence

  • It was altogether uncared for and untasted. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was smoking a cigarette, with an untasted salmi of something on his plate and a half-empty bottle of Sauterne before him, and he was quite silent. Enoch Soames: A Memory of the Eighteen-nineties
  • He left his coffee and blondie on top of the display case, untasted, and vanished into the crowd.
  • Yet as it respects their peculiar and final flavor, they are untasted fruits, always in store for use, and I know not of their flavors as yet.
  • That took some pressure off the financial analyst, since his dish was Braised Lamb Shanks with White Beans; untasted, it looked as though the sauce could have used some reduction.
  • One of my relatives, for example, obsesses over wine - often winding up buying several bottles, most of which go untasted or only partially drunk.
  • Kim looked the other way and set her untasted glass on the counter.
  • Sam reached down and placed her drink, untasted, on the floor beside the chair, never taking her eyes off his still-swollen face.
  • In teen comedies from "American Pie" to "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" to "Road Trip" no orifice goes uninvaded, no bodily substance goes untasted, no obscenity is left unsaid. Gross And Grosser
  • Paddy, parting with an untasted bit of tobacco, began and recounted some of Sir Terence O'Fay's exploits in evading duns, replevying cattle, fighting sheriffs, bribing _subs_, managing cants, tricking Tales and Novels — Volume 06
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