Definition of unfrozen
: not frozen unfrozen ground
Examples of unfrozen in a Sentence
there should be a couple of unfrozen chicken breasts in the refrigerator
Recent Examples of unfrozen from the Web
For years, their main bogyman was the Soviet-era Baykalsk Paper and Pulp Mill that sat on the shoreline belching pollutants into the spectacular lake, which contains about one-fifth of the unfrozen freshwater on the earth’s surface.
Outdoor soil needs to be unfrozen, so do the test as weather permits up to a couple of weeks prior to outdoor planting (March or later).
Iran was expecting a bonanza in unfrozen funds and new business opportunities after sanctions that had been imposed because of the nuclear program were lifted.
As for access to food, that will come down to water sources staying unfrozen and the area having enough warm days to get plant buds and insects to emerge in time to stave off starvation.
That's a success rate comparable to in vitro fertilization for a 42-year-old woman using unfrozen eggs.
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