undyed

adjective
un·​dyed | \ ˌən-ˈdīd How to pronounce undyed (audio) \

Definition of undyed

: not dyed undyed wool

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Tom Sachs’s Nike Mars Yard sneakers are made from all-natural, undyed material that degrades and wears over time. Steff Yotka, Vogue, "Surprise! Donald Glover Drops an Adidas Originals Collection of Canvas Sneakers," 18 Apr. 2019 To frame those views, the team installed geometric partitions in the bar—some in gold and some in black—that call to mind traditional Japanese shoji screens, which are made of wood frames and inset with undyed paper. Sarah Hucal, Curbed, "At revamped 1920s hotel, Scandi cool meets Japanese craft," 28 Sep. 2018 But women with long, undyed hair from all over this country do put up ads for full ponytails on sites like hairsellon.com and hairopia​.com. Jessica Chia, Allure, "The Cost of Sourcing Real Hair Extensions Around the World," 16 Feb. 2018 As the years silvered his hair, his decision to leave it undyed, rare among high-ranking cadres, marked him out as different, even a bit daring. The Economist, "No ordinary ZhouZhou Xiaochuan, China’s central-bank chief, is about to retire," 1 Feb. 2018 As the concept took hold in more rural parts of the country, conspiracies became a way for people to buy whole grains, undyed cheese or other health foods their supermarkets wouldn’t stock. Jonathan Kauffman, San Francisco Chronicle, "How the Bay Area’s counterculture helped sprout hippie food," 19 Jan. 2018 They're made with undyed leather, so the patina gets warmer with each season. Mark Anthony Green, GQ, "The Necktie Isn’t Dead, According to the Style Guy," 19 Oct. 2017 DuMoulin grew up hearing stories about people bringing in goods from one country and selling them across the counter to the other, including salt and undyed margarine. Trevor Hughes, USA TODAY, "For sale: 230-year-old fixer-upper straddling U.S.-Canada border," 13 June 2017 COURTESY OF ZELDA HAIR The most realistic-looking pieces start with high-quality, virgin (undyed or not chemically processed) hair. Mimi Minsky, Marie Claire, "For Orthodox Women, Wigs Aren't Just Hair—They're Big Business," 5 May 2017

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First Known Use of undyed

1538, in the meaning defined above

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