Definition of undyed in English:

undyed

Line breaks: un¦dyed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈdʌɪd
 
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adjective

(Especially of fabric) not dyed; of its natural colour.
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  • Her head was wrapped in undyed linen, and the fine bones of her face spoke together with the fine lines of her limbs.
  • The fish was pale, natural and undyed, pleasantly moist and not over-salty.
  • A natural, undyed wool cover can be re-waterproofed with lanolin every few weeks, or as needed.

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