unfiltered

adjective
un·​fil·​tered | \ ˌən-ˈfil-tərd How to pronounce unfiltered (audio) \

Definition of unfiltered

1 : not filtered unfiltered wine also : not modified, processed, or refined unfiltered commercial publicity material — Paul Grimes
2 : lacking a filter an unfiltered cigarette

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Aside from the subtle swipes of poppy across lids, cheeks, and eyes, Hutton's look was largely unfiltered, offering a juxtaposition to the show's graphic, eye-level applications of pigment and glitter. Calin Van Paris, Vogue, "At 75, Lauren Hutton Hits the Valentino Couture Runway—And Proves Natural Beauty Has No Age Limit," 3 July 2019 On the other hand, faucet-attachment filters can be mounted to the end of your faucet to also switch to unfiltered water, while being less expensive. Paige Szmodis, Popular Mechanics, "The 8 Best Water Filters to Purify Your Home’s Water," 28 June 2019 That will be filled with all my unfiltered, unorganized daily thoughts and happenings. Rachel Epstein, Marie Claire, "Who Is Brody Jenner's Wife Kaitlynn Carter on 'The Hills'?," 24 June 2019 During an hour-long interview about his work with the Pac-12 on sustainability, Walton was raw and unfiltered. Jon Wilner, The Mercury News, "Team Green, Bill Walton and the campus commitment: An inside look at the Pac-12’s sustainability efforts," 24 June 2019 The festival is a chance to try one-of-a-kind beers created to be served unfiltered, unpasteurized and without carbonation. Kathy Flanigan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "These 5 outdoor beer festivals will quench a thirst for unique brews," 5 June 2019 This unfiltered rosé, made of Blaufrankisch and Zweigelt grapes from Austria, is a vibrant coral hue that’s certainly not your typical rosé shade. Kristin Tice Studeman, Vogue, "The New, Weird, Wonderful Rosés You Should Be Drinking This Summer," 8 June 2019 The site’s full-time staff lived in a small trailer that left unfiltered sewage and household fluids flowing onto the property. Michael Todd, The Mercury News, "Illegal pot farm bust in Santa Cruz Mountains takes down nearly 10,000 marijuana plants," 4 June 2019 To make the 1270, Cellar Master Patrice Piveteau distills his unfiltered wine over lees, a mix of the grape’s juice and pulp. Andrew Daniels, Popular Mechanics, "How Cognac Is Made (and How to Enjoy It)," 4 June 2019

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First Known Use of unfiltered

circa 1775, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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