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unsliced

Syllabification: un·sliced
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈslīst
 
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Definition of unsliced in English:

adjective

(Especially of a commercially produced loaf of bread) not having been cut into slices.
Example sentences
  • Mum used to buy very nice unsliced loaves of bread which would rest on the chopping board ready for slicing and toasting.
  • John moved across the shop to a large cupboard and opening the door, took from a shelf, a large white unsliced loaf.
  • You never know, I may one day have an hour or two to spare to work them out and shall discover they are the best thing since the rediscovery of unsliced bread.

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