un|sea|soned


un|sea|soned
un|sea|soned «uhn SEE zuhnd», adjective.
1. not matured, dried, hardened, or prepared by due seasoning: »

unseasoned lumber.

2. not inured to a climate, service, work, or mode of life; inexperienced.
3. not tested and approved by time: »

unseasoned securities.

4. not flavored with seasoning: »

unseasoned food.

5. Obsolete. unseasonable.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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