unfrozen

adjective
un·​froz·​en | \ ˌən-ˈfrō-zᵊn How to pronounce unfrozen (audio) \

Definition of unfrozen

: not frozen unfrozen ground

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Examples of unfrozen in a Sentence

there should be a couple of unfrozen chicken breasts in the refrigerator
Recent Examples on the Web As the frigid air blasts across the unfrozen and mild waters of the Great Lakes, bands of heavy lake-effect snow and snow squalls are likely to develop, AccuWeather said. Doyle Rice, USA TODAY, "Temperatures will plummet by 30 degrees next week as another Arctic blast rolls in," 5 Dec. 2019 And after a certain amount of time the aid was unfrozen. Simon Shuster / Kyiv, Time, "Exclusive: Top Ukraine Official Andriy Yermak Casts Doubt on Key Impeachment Testimony," 10 Dec. 2019 His bank accounts were frozen, but then promptly unfrozen. Kevin Sieff, Washington Post, "A general was the leading suspect in the biggest anti-corruption case in Mexico. Then he disappeared.," 10 Nov. 2019 No charges were brought and the assets were unfrozen. The Denver Post Editorial Board, The Denver Post, "Editorial: Trump’s unethical push for a Ukrainian investigation into his political rival must be condemned," 27 Sep. 2019 In that case, the State Department and USAID may not have enough time to spend the unfrozen money before the fiscal year ends on Sept. 30, and the funds would go back to the Treasury. John Hudson, BostonGlobe.com, "US officials shield Ivanka Trump, Pence projects in review of foreign aid," 14 Aug. 2019 Storage Fresh, unfrozen butter should be consumed within a month of purchase. Lucinda Scala Quinn, Washington Post, "How to put fancy, high-fat butter to its best use," 21 June 2019 As the bottom of the bubble cooled and solidified, ice crystals also formed a boundary between the frozen and unfrozen part of the bubble — a freeze front — that inched up the surface. Knvul Sheikh, New York Times, "Watch Soap Bubbles Turn Into Tiny Snow Globes as They Freeze," 18 June 2019 American dippers, roundish birds that feed underwater year-round, live near many hot springs and the unfrozen creeks the warm water enables. Ned Rozell, Anchorage Daily News, "Finding a steaming oasis, isolated and remote: A look at Alaska’s hot springs," 14 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of unfrozen

1596, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unfrozen was in 1596

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17 Jan 2020

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“Unfrozen.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unfrozen?pronunciation&lang=en_us&dir=u&file=unfroz01. Accessed 26 January 2020.

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