Definition of unbleached in English:

unbleached

Syllabification: un·bleached
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈblēCHt
 
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adjective

(Especially of paper or cloth) not made whiter or lighter by a chemical process: unbleached cotton
More example sentences
  • Buy organic produce, unbleached paper products and greener cleaners; skip weed killer and bug sprays.
  • These are pieces of unbleached paper backed with a vegetable-based adhesive which you stick over facial lines.
  • The paper cartons are now being manufactured using unbleached paper, as chlorine bleaches can cause toxic water pollution.

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