unmade

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adjective un·made \ˌən-ˈmād\

Definition of unmade

  1. :  not made an unmade bed

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First Known Use of unmade

14th century


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unmade

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Definition of unmade for English Language Learners

  • —used to describe a bed that looks untidy because it has been slept in and its blankets and sheets have not been neatly arranged to cover the mattress

  • : not covered with a hard, smooth surface

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