un·​dis·​solved | \ ˌən-di-ˈzälvd How to pronounce undissolved (audio) , -ˈzȯlvd also -ˈzävd or -ˈzȯvd\

Definition of undissolved

: not dissolved undissolved sugar

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Cholesterol gallstones are usually made up of undissolved cholesterol that joins to form a stone, Dr. Staller says. Korin Miller, SELF, "14 Signs Your Stomach Pain Is Actually a Gallbladder Attack," 11 Dec. 2017 Then the Holy Spirit that had infused that twist of undissolved fertilizer on the surface of the river vanished. Will Mackin, The New Yorker, "Crossing the River No Name," 5 June 2017 And then there's that troublesome lump of undissolved sugar in the tea, namely, the question of whether Maggie Smith would be willing to return as the Dowager Countess. Kristi Turnquist | The Oregonian/oregonlive, OregonLive.com, "A 'Downton Abbey' movie? Holy tea and crumpets!," 12 May 2017

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1535, in the meaning defined above

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