uncombined

adjective
un·com·bined | \ˌən-kəm-ˈbīnd \

Definition of uncombined 

: not combined uncombined carbon chemically uncombined elements

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The NFL just had 10 teams win more games than that uncombined. Jeff Miller, Orange County Register, "Miller: Is Sean McVay the right coach for the Rams? Nobody has a clue," 14 Jan. 2017

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1611, in the meaning defined above

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