Definition of unmade
: not made an unmade bed
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Among the activities are shallow water play, in which kids can channel water flow, an underground hobbit hole for exploring, sand play, and forts made – or unmade – with sticks.
Ditte Isager The old bro glory days were defined by piles of undone laundry built up over months, an unmade bed, piles of shoes tossed in every corner.
THE UNMADE BED The Messy Truth About Men and Women in the 21st Century By Stephen Marche 241 pp.
Garland comes off as a product of the studio system who was both created and destroyed, made and unmade by it.
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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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