HyperDic: uncut

English > 7 senses of the word uncut:
ADJECTIVEalluncut, untrimmednot trimmed
alluncut, unmown(used of grass or vegetation) not cut down with a hand implement or machine
alluncut, roughnot shaped by cutting or trimming
alluncut(of pages of a book) having adjacent leaves still joined at the fore edge
alluncutnot cut
alluncutnot cut
alluncut, full-lengthcomplete
uncut > pronunciation
Soundsah.nkah't
Rhymesabbot ... zealot / Zealot: 372 rhymes with aht...
English > uncut: 7 senses > adjective 1
Meaningnot trimmed.
Synonymuntrimmed
Narrowerunclippednot clipped
Oppositetrimmed, cutmade neat and tidy by trimming
Spanishsin cortar, sin recortar
English > uncut: 7 senses > adjective 2
Meaning(used of grass or vegetation) not cut down with a hand implement or machine.
Example"uncut grass"
Synonymunmown
Categoryvegetation, flora, botanyAll the plant life in a particular region or period
Oppositemown, cut(used of grass or vegetation) cut down with a hand implement or machine
English > uncut: 7 senses > adjective 3
Meaningnot shaped by cutting or trimming.
Example"an uncut diamond"
Synonymrough
Narrowerunsheared(used especially of fur or wool) not having been sheared
Oppositecutfashioned or shaped by cutting
English > uncut: 7 senses > adjective 4
Meaning(of pages of a book) having adjacent leaves still joined at the fore edge.
Example"a book with its leaves still uncut"
Oppositecut(of pages of a book) having the folds of the leaves trimmed or slit
English > uncut: 7 senses > adjective 5
Meaningnot cut.
Narrowerimperforatenot perforated
unpiercednot pierced
Oppositecutseparated into parts or laid open or penetrated with a sharp edge or instrument
Spanishsin cortar
English > uncut: 7 senses > adjective 6
Meaningnot cut.
Example"glad to get out of the house with my throat uncut"- Tobias Smollett
Broaderuninjurednot injured / injured physically or mentally
English > uncut: 7 senses > adjective 7
Meaningcomplete.
Synonymfull-length
Broaderunabridged(used of texts) not shortened
Spanishcompleto
Catalancomplet, íntegre

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