un·​cooled | \ ˌən-ˈküld How to pronounce uncooled (audio) \

Definition of uncooled

: still hot or warm : not cooled an uncooled engine Mix all filling ingredients and pour into the uncooled pie shell.— Charity Robey also : not equipped with a device (such as an air conditioner) that lowers air temperature Up to 40 percent of cooling energy can be lost when uninsulated ducts pass through uncooled spaces such as attics. — Mary H. J. Farrell

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At present, the plasma hits uncooled graphite tiles when it is exhausted. Chris Lee, Ars Technica, "Stellarator’s plasma results show a triumph of engineering and modeling," 23 May 2018 According to the 39 survivors, as many as 100 people, including children, had been packed into the waterless, uncooled trailer. John Maccormack, San Antonio Express-News, "Top stories of 2017," 29 Dec. 2017 The books were moldering under inches of dust in an unheated, uncooled limbo. Mark Greif, New York Times, "AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY," 3 Nov. 2016

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1513, in the meaning defined above

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