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unpicked

Syllabification: un·picked
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈpikt
 
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Definition of unpicked in English:

adjective

1(Of a flower, fruit, or vegetable) not picked: unpicked tomatoes
More example sentences
  • The abundance of apple sellers, though, harks back to the old days when all the crops would be gathered in and no fruit picked after this date for the puca, a supernatural being, would be busy spoiling unpicked fruit at Halloween.
  • There is just the unpicked coffee on the mountainside and there are goats and the dogs and now the darkness.
  • A ranch owner watches his unpicked crop shrivel in the heat and people of color are besieged by the question of the day: Are you Mexican?
2Not selected.
Example sentences
  • He went unpicked in the 2002 NBA Draft after averaging 9.0 points and 6.5 boards as a senior during the 2001-02 season.
  • Raised in a Catholic family of regular churchgoers, Hilgenbrinck played soccer at Clemson and hooked on with the Chilean first division after he went unpicked in the 2004 MLS draft.
  • After Weise went unpicked for a second straight time in the NHL Entry Draft, the 6-foot-2, 206-pound forward had an epiphany.

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