unleavened

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adjective un·leav·ened \ˌən-ˈle-vənd\

Definition of unleavened

  1. :  made without leaven :  (such as yeast or baking powder) :  not leavened unleavened bread Literally “little cakes,” tortillas are flat, unleavened rounds that can be made from either corn or wheat flour. — Gourmet Magazine … a sober, serious chronicle unleavened by much imagination … or writerly flair … — John Rockwell

1530

First Known Use of unleavened

1530


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