unweaned

ADJECTIVE
  1. not weaned
    some children remain unweaned until their second or third birthdays
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How To Use unweaned In A Sentence

  • In the U.S. Congress, the final Farm Bill enacted into law in 2008 banned the import of young dogs from foreign puppy mills -- stopping the long-distance transport of unweaned puppies from China, Mexico, Russia, and other countries. Michael Markarian: 400 Dogs in Wire Cages
  • I soon came to learn that Shelly was not the unweaned kitten I assumed her to be. Reedu Taha: The Barbi Twins: Why We Bear Our Claws
  • Although she makes the product near her shop in Belmont, Mass., the prerequisite culture harkens from her homeland where the rennet is found in the tummies of unweaned lambs. Bits & Bites: News You Can Eat
  • A previous study using a more intensive collection schedule reported that weaned foals had elevated cortisol levels through 40 h post - weaning compared with unweaned controls.
  • I had some good but not extraordinary suckling pig from the rotisserie with that lovely paper-thin crackling you get from the unweaned animal, and I tried some nice chocolatey venison with a too-sour-for-me cranberry compote.
  • However, unweaned infants had a similar standardised mortality ratio at all weights at 1 year, including large infants, suggesting that nutritional status at 1 year was unlikely to be a causal factor.
  • Never buy or sell an unweaned, not fully feathered bird.
  • Scattered between the sleeping cats were several cubs of varying ages and both sexes from small unweaned kittens to half-grown yearlings.
  • It has provided an easy target for those who find advantage in denigrating the Commonwealth, whether they be ardent Europeanists in Britain or unweaned nationalists in Canada. The Commonwealth: White Man's Burden or Blind Man's Bluff?
  • So, as soon as I was born, my father tried to end again the hapless life he had given, deeming me his foe, for it was fated he should die at my hand; so he sent me still unweaned to make a pitiful meal for beasts, but I escaped from that. The Phoenissae
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