Definition of unworked in English:

unworked

Line breaks: un|worked
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈwəːkt
 
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adjective

Not cultivated, mined, or carved: unworked fields unworked flint nodules
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  • The visual focus of the relief is the central rustic altar in the foreground, carved to represent rough, unworked stones that have been piled up and draped with a garland of laurel leaves.
  • After unsuccessful attempts to obtain leases on properties in both Caldbeck Fells and Alston Moor, the partnership obtained permission to explore a previously unworked fluorite-containing vein in the Rogerley quarry in Weardale.
  • In these there is clear evidence of the interment of what are known to archaeologists as grave goods, including worked and unworked bone and flint, beads fashioned from shells or human teeth, and items of food.

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