Definition of unground in English:

unground

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adjective

  • Not reduced to fine particles by grinding.
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    • This allowed most of the leaf-base tissue to be ground away, leaving the unground portion of the crown clearly visible for removal by hand and subsequent grinding separately.
    • There are always three bags of unground coffee.
    • He brought a coffee grinder and bags of unground fertiliser.

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