Definition of unstirred in English:

unstirred

Line breaks: un|stirred
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈstəːd
 
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adjective

Not moved, agitated, or stirred: waters that are ice-covered remain unstirred by wind
More example sentences
  • Since diffusion through this layer is the rate-limiting step in the intestinal absorption of many nutrients, the mucosal muscle, by stirring this otherwise unstirred layer of fluid, may have a critical place in nutrition.
  • Carlos would like nothing more than to go to Idaho and live in a cabin and swim beneath the sky each morning in some glacial tarn, a pond so cold and clean and unstirred it would stop his heart just to step into it.
  • I know it is possible to mix these cakes in the tin, but I never do, because I like the ritual of lining a cake tin and I'm also worried I'm not going to mix properly and there'll be a big lump of unstirred flour in there when I take it out.

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